397-400 Geffrye Street, Hoxton, London E2 8HZ
Latest critic review: July 02, 2013
This restaurant, bar and coffee shop has taken over three renovated railway arches right next door to Hoxton Station and has James Ferguson in charge (former Head Chef at the much-loved Rochelle Canteen). The food is seasonal, produce led British cooking - what else? - and menus will change daily.
Hot Dinners Test Drive
Hot Dinners has had a test drive of this restaurant. Find out what we thought.
Zoe Williams Telegraph
Reviewed on July 02, 2013
"I can’t say it wasn’t enjoyable – there comes a point (three drinks in) when you stop minding the noise and start to feel enlivened by your own shouting. But I don’t think it has any great food answers that we didn’t already know." READ REVIEW
Andy Lynes Metro
Reviewed by May 02, 2013
"Prices are keen (where else in London can you get a glass of wine for £3.25?), portions are generous and the bar offers a list of novel cocktails including Tisane, made with rum, rosehip and black pepper bitters." READ REVIEW
Ella Woods View London
Reviewed on April 18, 2013
"The restaurant's name might not be about the scent hound, but try Ferguson's food and you'll be back here sniffing around like an overexcited dog in no time." READ REVIEW
Guy Dimond Time Out
Reviewed on April 25, 2013
"Beagle is a surprise in this part of London, where so many bars are style over substance. It deserves to go the distance for making Haggerston a culinary destination beyond its famous, budget-priced Vietnamese cafés." READ REVIEW
Fay Maschler Evening Standard
Reviewed on April 10, 2013
"The beef is startlingly handsome, precisely cooked to a rosy rare interior and served in slices fanned around the bone, but neither texture nor flavour makes you sad to see the last slice go. The chips, however, are masterful." READ REVIEW
There are no user reviews for this listing.
Powered by JReviews
New and coming soon
More from Hot Dinners