David Moore's One Sixty opens second site in London
One Sixty, the US-style, London-based smokehouse created by Michelin-starred restaurateur David Moore and publican Sean Martin, has opened a second London site named One Sixty City.
The restaurant, so-named due to its location near St Mary Axe (the Gherkin building in the City of London) on Stoney Lane, serves American barbecue classics with an English twist, from usually free-range, locally-sourced produce.
New for the city site is a USDA prime brisket bar, which cooks meat at 160°F (71°C) for 14 hours. Other signature dishes include 18- to 24-hour smoked brisket, eight-hour smoked pork ribs with sweet, sticky marinades, and eight-hour smoked lamb rump over hickory, apple, cherry and oakwood.
The drinks menu will also feature 50 craft beers, a cocktail list of classic drinks and real ales from the cask.
The first One Sixty opened in West Hampstead, north London, as a partnership between Martin, and Moore, whose other sites include the acclaimed Pied à Terre and L'Autre Pied restaurants in London's West End.
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