Renowned for its delicious modern British cuisine, The Brickhouse is one of the favorite restaurants amongst Londoners. The name of the restaurant is inspired by the location which is alongside houses made of blocks of clay. The interior of the restaurant is an idea based on 1930’s clubs with three-floors. Downstairs is a simple dining area with customary tables and private booths while the other floor is a cool bar area. What makes this restaurant exceptional can be found on the top level, where four flush beds are set with dim lightings that creates a sophisticated mood. Abstract sculptures and arts stand-out in this place and add a warm feeling in the restaurant. Anyone will be amazed by the cozy setting of the place where friends and family can hang out and relax after a delicious meal.
The atmosphere of the restaurant attracts young, cool crowd. The place offers incomparable experience pairing eclectic dishes and an array of alternative performances. Some are very interesting acts that is an embodiment of a unique place.
The Brickhouse offers six course options ranging at £35 to £45. They also offer tasting menus and special menus designed for vegetarians. The dishes provided are indulging and distinctive in taste. One particular starter dish that a diner should try is a fine plate of fresh tuna with wasabi foam, the delicate taste of the fish adds well with the wasabi spice. For main dishes they offer a wide variety of meat and fish dishes. Some of the must tries are “Confit Duck Croquets” served with pesto and chutney, “Pan-fried Salmon” with Fennel, Cress and White Wine Veloute. Polish off these meals with a perfect selection of desserts such as “Cappuccino Crème Brulee” and a delicate pudding of Summer Fruits, served with Champagne Jelly and Mascarpone Ice Cream. The drinks here is also a must try. They have wide selection of cocktail-lists and suits everyone’s taste and budget.
If you’re into something different and want a distinctive experience, then The Brickhouse is a perfect choice. The restaurant will surely give anyone a very interesting experience that diners certainly won’t forget.
Address: The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London E1 6RU