REVIEW: RIVINGTON GRILL, SHOREDITCH

Rivington Shoreditch

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been a staple part of Shoreditch since 2002 the Rivington Grill is still going strong offering honest, hearty food sourced from around the British Isles. Weather you are in need of breakfast, lunch, dinner or something strong and boozy, Rivington Grill have it covered.

The seasonal menu changes daily, though there is a few faves on their you can count on. Starting with food of the sea we found the Tiger prawns to be pretty damn epic. More food from the ocean for mains, scallops and black pudding – always a winning combo. Drinks wise you will find an abundance of liquor based concoctions with a little theatre on the side, think G&T’s with a side of add yourself flavouring.

Rivington Shoreditch interior
Tracey Emin at Rivington Grill Shoreditch

There’s a Tracy Emin art installation on the back wall and you’re even allowed to bring your own bottle on a Monday to accompany the A’la Carte menu and they won’t charge a penny for corkage. Nice. Great all rounder in the East London hood.

28-30 Rivington Street, London EC2A 3DZ
www.rivingtonshoreditch.co.uk