55-57 Exmouth Market, London EC1R 4QL
Latest critic review: May 25, 2014
Following a series on pop-ups, the first full-time Bonnie Gull seafood shack was a big success when it opened in Fitzrovia. The second follows the same formula in a slightly bigger location and have plenty of takeaway options too.
Critic reviews - total score 5.5 out of 10
Guy Dimond Time Out
Reviewed on May 27, 2014
"But the seafood’s fresh, and everywhere from Camber Sands to Littlehampton, you have to shell out for this sort of quality. So visit on a sunny day, bag one of the 20 outside tables and count your blessings that you’re not sitting in that traffic jam on the way to the seashore." READ REVIEW
"The problems are mostly clumsiness rather than anything truly awful. But it does all mount up. Deep-fried queenie scallops arrive in a soft, floppy batter. They needed hotter oil. They needed to be more like those at Hawksmoor Air Street, those moreish seafood bonbons you can't stop troughing. These are greasy and relentless." READ REVIEW