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Now run by contract caterers Ampersand rather than Searcy’s, this is the smartest of restaurant/bars in a row of warehouses on West India Quay. Its name comes from the provisions once stored here (check out the exhibits in the adjoining Museum of London Docklands), & the heritage lives on in the form of bespoke mojitos & vintage rums. The British menu of platters, small plates & stuff on toast is done ‘with a twist’, but that’s understating it: a seafood cocktail comes with lettuce pannacotta & saffron jelly, while salmon tartare gets the miso & wasabi treatment. At other times, the kitchen goes conventional with signature fishcakes, bite-size Yorkshire puddings with rare beef, classic mains & sandwiches. The flexible raw wood & brick space welcomes everyone from single diners at the bar to office get-togethers on the terrace.
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27 August 2015
On a staycation trip to the Docklands Museum, went here for lunch, and what a great surprise - a good museum restaurant in a lovely converted warehouse building. Lots of things to try and share from the menu, including flatbread with smoky grilled peppers, mini Jamaican patties, ham and pea croquettes, mac & cheese, chilli chicken wings, and main courses of blackened salmon and new potato and goats cheese salad. All good fun and good to eat before going in to absorb all the history. Service was a bit slow, but the thought of over 140 different rums to try will bring us back in the evening.
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