It’s always sad when beloved restaurants close, but the pain is made that bit sweeter when an exciting new concept breathes life back into a space. Earlier this year we bid adieu to Bruno Loubet’s Grain Store in Granary Square – one of the first restaurants in the capital to give veggies the limelight.
Rising phoenix-like from its ashes is the Granary Square Brasserie from the unstoppable Richard Caring of The Ivy fame. Boasting similar interiors to many of the Ivy spin-offs, crystal chandeliers, chic burnt orange leather bar stools and electric blue velvet booths abound.
The all-day menu features timeless classics like Eggs Benedict and steak tartare alongside duck curries, Thai spiced mussels, yellowfin tuna carpaccio with pozu, and the ‘HLT’ – a halloumi, avocado and tomato sarnie with herb mayo.