Best of British: Roast restaurant review

The trick is to treat Roast like an ongoing investigation, revisit time and again, make your way through their entire menu and I am sure you will find nothing short of perfection. 

On arrival you are escorted into the beautiful dining area fitted with large windows on either side showcasing some of the best views our capital has to offer from the beautiful architecture of St Paul’s contrasted with the ultra modern Shard building.

For starters bangers galore chorizo Scotch egg with piccalilli, reasonably priced at £8.75 and bursting with flavour, followed by a delectable Hereford sirloin steak on the bone (400g) with chimichurri and chips, certainly worth the £35 price tag, try however swapping chips for their homemade creamy mashed potato, a real home comfort from a restaurant serving the best of British. Finished with a slice of perfection, the baked Kent cherry pie with spiced yoghurt ice cream at £8.25 accompanied by a glass of Beerenauslese Terrassen 2016, Domäne Wachau, Austria.

Roast is just like London: practically always open, unique and loved by all that visit.


Must try: Maldon sweetcorn and coconut soup with ewe’s curd and chilli flakes


Tel: +44 (0) 203 0066 111



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