Typing Room at Town Hall Hotel 333

Town Hall Hotel, Patriot Square , London, E2 9NF

  • Typing Room Interior
  • Typing Room Cauliflower salad
  • Typing Room Tartar
  • Typing Room Interior 2
  • Typing Room Starter
  • Typing Room Starter 2
  • Typing Room Interior 3
  • Typing Room Salad
  • Typing Room Salad 2
  • Typing Room Interior 4
  • Typing Room Quail
  • Typing Room Beans and fish
  • Typing Room Interior 5
  • Typing Room Beans and meat
  • Typing Room Duck
  • Typing Room Kitchen
  • Typing Room Meat and onions
  • Typing Room Fennel and fish
  • Typing Room Fish main
  • Typing Room Cheese
  • Typing Room Pistachio and Strawberries
  • Typing Room Chocolate Dessert
  • Typing Room Berries and Chocolate
  • Typing Room Candle
  • Typing Room Chef

SquareMeal Review of Typing Room at Town Hall Hotel

SquareMeal London Hot 100 2018PERMANENTLY CLOSES JUNE 2018

Believe the hype surrounding the Typing Room’s chef Lee Westcott: talent-spotted by Tom Aikens and Jason Atherton (his backer here), this twentysomething whizz-kid is destined for the stars. But if ever a restaurant owed its success to the entire team from designer to sommelier, receptionist to lowly commis, this flagship dining room in Bethnal Green’s Town Hall Hotel is it. Every detail is considered, from the welcoming aperitifs and flowers to the Marmite butter, pre-meal snacks, racy wine pairings and by-the-glass sakés. Five- or seven-course tasting menus promise a carefully paced homage to new Nordic cuisine with impeccable British ingredients taking centre stage, from Herdwick lamb with St George’s mushrooms and nettles (a veritable ode to the English countryside) to an unlikely dessert of beetroot, white chocolate and black olive, via attention-grabbing seasonal ideas such as scallops with green strawberry, lardo and sorrel or duckling with apricot, runner beans and mustard. Typing Room’s stylish Scandi-esque interior will endear it to scruffs and suits alike, particularly at lunchtime when £29 pays for three courses.

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Typing Room at Town Hall Hotel is recommended for

Cool | Formal | Glamorous | Quiet Conversation | Widely Spaced Tables | Romantic | Special Occasions Over 40S | Special Occasions Under 40S | One Michelin Star

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Cambridge Heath Station 316m

Bethnal Green Tube Station 366m


Address: Town Hall Hotel, Patriot Square , London E2 9NF

Area: Bethnal Green Shoreditch

Opening times

Tues-Thurs 6-10pm Thurs-Sat 12N-2.15pm Fri-Sat 6-10.30pm

Nearby Landmarks

Genesis Cinema 1km

Victoria Park 1km


Telephone: 020 7871 0461


Cuisine: International


Food & Drink: 9.7

Service: 9.0

Atmosphere: 8.7

Value: 8.7

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 3.0

Jacquelyn W. silver reviewer 04 February 2018

I had a 3-course lunch menu for £32, which is extremely good value for money. To kick off the meal I started with the crispy fish skin, smoked cod, oyster & dill, followed by the crab, radish, celeriac & rock samphire. Both were really outstanding and had very interesting combination of flavours. What blew me away, however, was the venison, cabbage & yoghurt. The venison was cooked to medium rare and was extremely tender and juicy. The cabbage on the side gave a bit of crunchiness to the overall taste and the sourness and lightness of the yoghurt added the most perfect finishing touch to the dish.

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 5.0

Atmosphere: 5.0

Value: 5.0

Lloyd S. gold reviewer 26 March 2017

A great Menu inspired by Lee Westcott with perfectly matched wines from sommelier Fred Marti together with excellent service this was indeed a fantastic dining experience. A lovely friendly welcome and a nice glass of champagne while we looked at the menu and as in previous visits we chose the Tasting Menu but this time we also chose to have matching drinks I say drinks because it was a mixture of wine & saki . After having some delightful snacks came the first highlight the fantastic IPA Sourdough bread with Marmite butter I'll just say it's amazing. Then came the first course of Dorset Char an absolute delight this was followed by the signature Cauliflower dish it's just unbelievable what you can do with this vegetable. This was followed by the highlight of th e Menu of Cod , calpots , chicken & black garlic such a fantastic dish next was the main course of Pork Collar , hospital cabbage & baked apple simply delicious. We then went for the cheese course it was a lovely selection of cheese which was matched with a Plum Saki . Finally dessert of Sheeps yoghurt, apple & dill which finished a truly great meal. All the staff were very friendly & professional making our lunch very memorable & already thinking of returning very soon. I do like the open kitchen and it's amazing that despite so much going on to produce amazing food the kitchen was so quiet. I would definitely recommend a visit if you like modern food cooked to perfection & some great wine & service

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 5.0

Atmosphere: 5.0

Value: 5.0

Miranda F. 25 May 2014

Loved being able to watch the chefs in the kitchen who seemed very efficient, food was all good, beautifully presented and service very friendly and welcoming.