Nestled in the heart of east London, in an 18th-century warehouse, you'll find one of the area's best British cuisine restaurants - New Street Grill. After having set up shop in 2012, the restaurant has continued to win the loyalty of locals and attract those from further afield to try its contemporary dishes, specialising in high quality meats and fish, cooked over a Josper grill.
A great place for a date or catch up with close friends, the space is definitely atmospheric. Industrial lighting hangs above, but the warm glow illuminates the room beautifully and contrasts against the authentic stone walls. In the daylight, the huge, half-moon windows flood the space with natural light, making it a venue for all times of the day. The aesthetics are tastefully finished with mid-century seating and crisp white tablecloths.
There are several food menus to choose from but starting with the a la carte and it's worth noting that there's plenty of choice to get stuck into, so come hungry! For example, across the varied range of starters you might try the likes of grilled octopus with fresh garden peas, beef short-rib croquettes or hand-dived scallops with grilled sweetcorn and smoked bacon.
For mains, the Josper section offers a range of quality cuts from wagyu rib eye and a tomahawk, to a fillet and surf'n'turf. It's recommended that you choose a sauce to go with grilled dishes, we like the sound of the bone marrow and red wine jus, as well as the garlic butter. Other mains include Dexter beef and ale pie, roasted Loch Fyne salmon fillet and Sutton Hoo chicken with fondant potatoes and brocolli.
The Backyard BBQ menu also sounds like great fun, serving up BBQ classics like grilled Cumberland sausage hot dog and Aberdeen Angus and Hereford beef burger with cheddar cheese and house relish in a brioche bun. You'll also want to check out the Saturday brunch menu, which offers brunch muffins topped with chorizo or salmon.