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I picked this venue for my 60th birthday celebration with my family because it is very close to where I was born at the Salvation Army Mother's Hospital! It was a good choice. The staff were lovely and accommodating. They were fine with me bringing my own cake and flowers for the table. I LOVED the huge wooden table that we sat at for the evening (with two small children). We could spread out in a totally relaxed way. The chefs were really lovely, and the food delicious and beautifully cooked. They specially prepared meals for the two children who are dairy intolerant. I would highly recommend this ambient pub/restaurant. Thank you! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Current food residence is BBQ - the pork bun was delicious, really good salad and smoked chicken wings. Sadly the fries were off the night we went and the corn wasn't anything special. Pals ordered the lamb "gyros" which was like a slab of lamb meatloaf in a bun, they said is was OK but wasn't as good as the pork. Great service and really good atmosphere. Short wine list and 5 Points beer on tap. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Broadway Market in London Fields, opened its doors in November 2017. A French bistro with a twist, Sans Pere Broadway Market has created a menu perfect for those with a sweet tooth, offering up a unique and vibrant selection of cocktails, desserts and specialist coffees. A menu of classic and seasonal desserts has been created by head pastry chef, Roberto Mele, who drew influence from his background at The Fat Duck and Alan Yau’s Park Chinois. Alongside savoury plates, the vibrant dessert menu features firm favourites such as creme brûlée and affogato, punctuated with exciting and experimental sweet options. Guests are invited to experience culinary delights such as the mandarin and olive oil mille-feuille with homemade lemon verbena ice-cream, a raspberry, milk chocolate and earl grey entremet or a vegan mint pana cotta with beetroot foam and chocolate soil. Innovative, French inspired cocktails are paired with each dessert.More
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THE EARLY YEARS FOR FAULKNERS In 1981 a small restaurant called Seashells opened in East London. It soon became the best Fish and Chips in Town attracting locals and tourist from all around the world. The founder John Faulkner named the restaurant after himself and remained with the company until he retired. He sold his pride and joy to new owners and hoped that the traditional British comfort food will continue to feed many for years to come.More