The Cat & Mutton

76 Broadway Market , London, E8 4QJ

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SquareMeal Review of The Cat & Mutton

Established in 1729, this long-standing fixture of the Broadway Market scene was relaunched in 2014 under the aegis of owner Tom Gibson from Ruby’s in Dalston, and is buzzier than ever. Downstairs is a vintage boozer with enamelled mirrors, taxidermy and a long bar stretching the length of the room, boasting local draught ales and a superior spirits selection. Upstairs is given over to a cosy cocktail bar in similar style, dispensing the likes of a Lemon Curd Margarita or the Cats Catch (cachaça, passion fruit, lemon). Buttermilk-fried chicken sandwiches or aged chuck cheeseburgers with garlic Parmesan fries make up a hearty but hip pub-grub menu, sometimes supplemented by residencies from the latest street foodies. Traditional roasts rule on Sundays, as do the board games helping you beat end-of-the-weekend blues.

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The Cat & Mutton is recommended for

Sunday Roast | Outside Seating | Live Music Dancing

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

London Fields Station 332m

Cambridge Heath Station 709m

Address

Address: 76 Broadway Market , London E8 4QJ

Area: Hackney Dalston

Opening times

Sun-Thurs 12N-12M (Mon -11pm) Fri-Sat 12N-1am (Fri 11am- )

Nearby Landmarks

Ocean Music Centre 918m

Hackney Empire Theatre 979m

Details

Telephone: 020 7249 6555

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Cuisine: Gastropub

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