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Clerkenwell is one of the oldest London Design Districts, and is now home to some of the most established furniture brands in the world. With a long and glorious tradition of royalty, religion and revolution, Clerkenwell is now the beating heart of British design and architecture. During London Design Festival 2015, visitors will be able to en- joy brands and showrooms and see hundreds of new products from some of the leading names in design. But today BRABBU shares with you where to eat at Clerkenwell Design District during London Design Festival 2015.
*Birds of Smithfield
Spread over all five storeys of a handsome Georgian townhouse, Bird of Smithfield is owned by Alan Bird, formerly of The Ivy and the Soho House Group. The multi-level venue boasts two bar-lounges, a restaurant, and a private dining room all crowned with a swanky roof terrace overlooking the bustle of Smithfield Market.
High-end contemporary Italian restaurant with minimalist white interior, drawing a business crowd.
*The modern Pantry
Casual cafe and elegant upstairs dining room showcasing Kiwi chef’s grown up fusion food.
*Artisan of Clerkenwell
The Artisan Of Clerkenwell, eclectic range of drinks and great British food. In the heart of Clerkenwell nestled in the corner of St John’s Square, London. It has a spacious bar with table football, leather sofas, antique furnishings and an outdoor terrace.
*Le café du Marche
Provincial French cuisine in contemporary rustic dining room with exposed bricks and ceiling beams
Seasonally-inspired sharing plates with worldwide influences alongside bar and coffee roastery.
Rustic pub with floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed brick walls and a basement bar.
Meaty menu and cocktails at a chic Modern European restaurant scattered with mid-century furniture.
In décor alone the Zetter Townhouse hotel is exceptional: every surface has something old and lovely on it, like an eccentric collector’s country house. The result is one of the most beautiful and unusual bars in London.
If you’ve a chance, visit us at Stand J31!