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Pestle comes to Islington for a residency at Sacred

Their last pop-up was a hit and a permanent restaurant is planned, but if you want to check out hot newcomer Pestle asap, then there's a new opportunity on the horizon. They're settling down at Sacred cafe in the evening for a couple of months with a new residency.

Pestle comes from Seb Holmes and Thom Lawson and a speciality is Thai curries and Khanom Jeen noodles, made from scratch. Seb Holmes was sous chef at the Begging Bowl and recently head chef at Smoking Goat while Thom Lawson was bar manager at Caravan, looked after front of house at Smoking Goat and also consulted on Croft Kitchen. They'll also have natural wines, cocktails and beer from Chang at the residency too. On the menu is:

  • Pomegranate miang - £6.50
  • Sweet chilli fish balls - £6.50
  • Mi Grop - £7
  • Green curry of smoked rabbit - £9
  • Massaman curry of grilled peach - £9
  • Stack of curried tiger prawns - £16
  • Whole sea bass and three flavoured sauce - £16
  • Khanom Jeen - £6 per person
  • Condensed milk and pandanas ice cream, banana fritters and tamarind caramel - £7

Pestle are at Sacred Café N7, Unit 14, Highbury Studios, 8 Hornsey St, London N7 8EG from 17th September - 14th November 2015. They'll be open 7pm- 10.45pm from Wednesdays - Saturdays. You can make a reservation by emailing Find out more from them @pestlelondon 


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