REVIEW: OZONE

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of our favourite daytime hangouts, Ozone Coffee Roasters on Leonard Street, is now open in the evening for dinner too. Far from doing it for the sake of it, Ozone have rustled up a very impressive menu indeed – so good, in fact, we’ve already been back twice in two weeks!

The menu is mostly made up of small sharing plates, with the option of a few big plates such as chimichurri chicken and roast leg of lamb. We stuck to a selection of small dishes including crispy pork fritters with pickled onions and apple mustard; confit trout with grilled artichokes and preserved orange; and lentils mint and ricotta. We also discovered a dish that sounds very simple but turned out to be one of our favourite things to eat in the city right now – broccoli, chilli, feta and almond bruschetta. Don’t ask us why, but it just works!

Ozone Coffee have nailed it with its evening menu of fresh, flavoursome dishes. We’ll be seeing them again soon and suggest you get down there too…

 11 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4AQ
www.ozonecoffee.co.uk