The Brickhouse, London

15 November 2007
The Brickhouse, London

Housed in the 18th-century Old Truman Brewery in east London, this modern European restaurant includes a ground floor bar and dining room as well as an open-plan kitchen and two mezzanine floors. Open for lunch and dinner, it offers evening entertainment from performance artists and DJs.

  • Opened: 25 October

  • OwnerL Simon Hood

  • Head chef: Matthew Reuther

  • Operations director: Adam Wilson

  • Capacity: 90

  • Food: includes venison carpaccio with Parmesan, light garlic mayonnaise and truffle oil roast scallops with bacon, baby onion and parsley vinaigrette, and Parmesan mashed potatoes and fig tarte tatin with clove ice-cream and maple milk shake.

  • Price: £35 for three courses excluding wine

  • Address: The Old Truman Brewery, 152c Brick Lane, London E1 6RU

  • Telephone: 020 7247 0005

  • Website:

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