Stopped by London Fields for a long overdue catch up with my design guru
(The husband and I were here for dinner last week and I kicked myself for not bringing a proper camera!)
Perched on the corner of Montague Road and Raven Street, London Fields is part of a spanking new block that has transformed the forgotten warehouse-y part of West End into a contemporary hub of pure architecture & food porn. The complex also houses a gourmet market The Stores West End, as well as a bulk food purveyor The Source, with a large range of healthy nibbles and raw, organic ingredients.
From the owners of Public, Red Hook and Coppa Spuntino, London Fields is a “gastropub” that pays homage to British pub food with a modern Australian twist, boasting a nose-to-tail menu that celebrates locally sourced ingredients. The menu is concise and well executed, designed for grazing and sharing! I loved the oysters, rich bone marrow dish and the roasted cauliflower (pictures on Instagram)
A light-filled space with geometric wall panels, angled backlighting, polished concrete walls against herringbone patterned woods,
large metal framed windows that open up to velvety felt & leather seating… the interior carries a humble sophistication that is welcoming and luxe.
Cocktails named after legends, such as Ziggy Stardust and The Michael Caine
Unfortunately a couple of items were unavailable today, so we decided to go with the pub nibbles of wagyu cheese burger & fries
Open from breakfast until owl hours
I’d die for a cheese room like this at home haha
Love the branding & the way-finding!