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London - eat - The Clove Club

The Clove Club

British ingredients star in a spot that’s the height of London cool

Much has been written about the chefs of The Clove Club, who have been calling themselves The Young Turks and flirting with the idea striking out on their own for the past couple of years, showcasing their unique culinary ethos – interesting and overlooked British produce.  The permanent home to this dynamic trio, is an old town hall in Shoreditch, spartan in feel, but the height of cool. I had seen photo after photo of their famous radishes and fried chicken, two of the trio of amuse bouche that are the extravagant start to your meal (and not counted as one of your 5 courses). My experience was exactly what I’d hoped it would be: a mixture of ingredients and techniques that were somewhat challenging, served in a laid back atmosphere, surrounded by other people who love food. Not everything worked for me, but I can appreciate what these Young Turks are doing and the imagination that goes into all of their dishes. They’re having fun with their food.

Review by Sally Hurst

To read more of Sally's foodie findings visit her blog at: chefsallyjane

Photo via Flickr user Ewan Munro

cuisine: British

address: 380 Old Street
EC1V 9LT London

phone: 020 7729 6496

website: The Clove Club

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