London Restaurants

St. John

  • 26 St. John St. Map It
  • Clerkenwell
  • British

Published 08/30/2016

Fodor's Review

Purists travel the globe for pioneering Brit-chef Fergus Henderson's nose-to-tail cuisine at this converted former smokehouse in Clerkenwell. Here Henderson uses all scraps of a carcass, and his waste-not, want-not chutzpah works. One appetizer is pig's skin and others like ox heart, rolled pig's spleen, or calves' brains and chicory are marginally less severe. Signatures like bone marrow and parsley salad, chitterlings with dandelion, or pheasant and pig's trotter pie appear stark on the plate, but arrive with aplomb. Finish with Eccles cakes and Lancashire cheese or half a dozen golden madeleines.

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26 St. John St., London, EC1M 4AY, England

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  • No dinner Sun.

Published 08/30/2016


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