Just one of the various places to dine within the Andaz London Liverpool Street Hotel, Eastway Brasserie is open all day for brunch, lunch and dinner. The brasserie has a buzzy, relaxed feel, ideal for catching up with friends, family, colleagues or clients. Natural light floods in through the large windows, and the green-gold pillars give the space an almost Parisian feel. Those stopping by for a drink can sit at the bar if they so wish while dining groups can choose from the intimate round tables that fill the floor.
There’s a small but varied wine list, featuring a global selection of bottles with a couple available by the glass or carafe too. Those who prefer grain to grape can enjoy familiar favourites like Amstel, Peroni or Neck Oil. In the cocktail department, you’ll find all the most popular concoctions right now: negronis, margaritas and martinis (normal and espresso), Aperol spritzes and more. Those not drinking, meanwhile, can opt for a 0% Heineken or tasty mocktail, such as a homemade cucumber and basil soda.
For a quick meal, Eastway Brasserie has a cracking selection of sandwiches and burgers, including buttermilk fried chicken with truffle mayo, Angus beef with Swiss cheese, a Mexican-style veggie wrap and classic tuna melt. We recommend staying for all three courses, as the rest of the menu is not to be missed. Kick things off with the likes of wild mushroom arancini, crispy calamari with daikon slaw or a Caesar salad with avocado, grilled chicken or tiger prawns.
When it comes to the main event, the grill takes centre stage, turning out ribeye steaks, salmon fillets, corn-fed chicken breast and grilled lamb cutlets. Veggies can opt for the aubergine gratin, pea and roasted tomato risotto or roast butternut squash and vegetable pakoras. End on a high with a decadent dessert like yoghurt and lime parfait, lemon honey panna cotta or a selection of British cheeses.