The Factory House is a new concept bar and restaurant at Leadenhall Market in London inspired by the creativity, craftsmanship and discoveries of the Victorian times. The joy of experimentation is the driving force behind both the industrial chic décor and the alternative British cuisine. The Factory house serves pigeon, guinea fowl, partridge and cob nuts and they like to put on a good show, spit-roasting or grilling the food for you in a central open grill. The menu is quintessentially British at this 180 covers restaurant but full of surprises and signature features, revitalising classic recipes.
If you want to visit The Factory House in the City of London only for drinks you can enjoy the experimental spirit by sipping your way through the magnificent cocktail list. Fluid Moment, the masterminds behind speakeasy cocktail dens Worship Street Whistling Shop, Flat P and Purl have designed the cocktail menu. And if you get peckish you can try the bacon and thyme popcorn, one of the gourmet bar snacks available.
The setting is of a halcyon day charm with a spiral staircase and a glass elevator that would be the envy of Willy Wonka himself. The bar is copper coated and walls are garnished with antique train station clocks. Measuring jugs, valves and exposed pipes add to the industrial feel. The time warp takes on pretty bizarre dimensions with an ancient coffee roaster acting as a waiter station. The Factory House Bar in London is something a little different, whether for food or as a watering hole with exquisite cocktails, because of its cool interior concept.
A word from the chef:
British cuisine with a twist. Open grill and spit-roast opportunities. Wood pigeon, guinea fowl, partridge and cob nuts available for mains as well as starters and bacon pop corn.
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