Temper Shoreditch

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Average Price
££££ - £30 - £49
Cuisines
Barbecue
Ambience
Cool, Dark and moody, Fun, Quirky, Unique
Food Occasions
Bottomless brunch, Brunch, Dinner, Lunch, Sunday roast
Special Features
Chef’s table, Counter dining, Gluten-free options
People
Group dining [8+], Special occasions

About Temper Shoreditch

Temper's fourth restaurant - its Shoreditch branch - follows in the footsteps of its wildly popular sibling sites, offering a triple threat of ‘meat, fire and theatre'. 

The offering of whole-animal, open-fire cooking has proven to delight diners, with Temper's menus typically including a range of tacos and small plates, cocktails and barbarian-style cuts of meat to share. The Shoreditch site has its own unique menu, which still features well-loved Temper staples such as cheeseburger tacos, sweet and sour pork ribs and lamb and kimchi carnitas but offers up some specials only available in east London too. One menu highlight is the smoked brisket clam taco and if you're dining in a group, be sure to try out the sharing rare breed beef rib. 

Cocktails include the Lychilli, a lychee Tabasco concoction, and El Gran Humo (the big smoke), made with pineapple and habanero-infused mezcal and white rum.

Fans of the chain’s famous Sunday roast and bottomless brunches can rest easy, as these are available too. For those who don’t know, the Temper Sunday roast features the likes of whole smoked lamb shoulders or beef shin for six, with equally meaty trimmings including beef fat roast potatoes, honey roasted carrots, smoked parsnip puree and bottomless burnt ends gravy.

Most of the butchering is done on-site, using as much of the animal as possible. The meat itself is from high welfare, regenerative farms such as Mount Grace Farm and Lyons Hill Farm in North Yorkshire and Dorchester respectively.

The Shoreditch site boasts two levels: a ground-floor cocktail bar and a basement restaurant with signature counter seats surrounding the fire pit so guests can watch the magic happen up close. Polished wood, leather and neon light installations decorate both floors, giving them a stylish yet relaxed feel.

Chef director David Lagonell has worked in Gordon Ramsay’s Michelin starred Boxwood, headed up Nopi (an Ottolenghi joint) and worked alongside top chefs like Jason Atherton and Francis Mallman. 


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When is Temper Shoreditch open?

The restaurant is set to open in September 2022.

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What other locations are there?

Temper can be found in soho, covent garden and city.

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Can you privately hire the restaurant?

Yes, all temper restaurants allow private hire. Just email events@temperrestaurant.com eith your enquiry.

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Location

78 Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch , London, EC2A 3JL
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