Opposite London Fields brewery lies an old industrial laundry space, now transformed into the restaurant and bar Wringer & Mangle by Gerry Calabrese, the man behind Hoxton Pony.
Inspired by its setting, the aptly named venue denotes the term for a mechanical laundry aid, except this time there will be no washing to speak of. Rife with East End character, this establishment is a classic addition to Hackney's drinking scene. Wringer & Mangle will tote a penchant for creative cocktails keeping to traditional trends whilst inserting a certain fresh flare into the mix. Expect to see a Gin-focused drinks menu where Collins will appear with an updated twist.
The interiors evoke a clean and refined style where a 250 cover restaurant will serve foods from Head Chef Benoit Berenger, of The Duke of Cambridge and The Albion. Satisfying a hearty brunch as well as your Sunday ritual roasts, you'll also find afternoon tea sessions giving you a feel of the neighborhood personality of this place. A contemporary physique shapes this restaurant-bar, where industrial textures mingle with rustic and slightly retro leanings. Awash with local art and photography exhibitions as well as a copper tubing sculpture, Wringer & Mangle exudes charm, whit and art-deco leanings.
There's an indoor pergola and garden area which opens out onto a beautiful courtyard catered to a year-round experience with a fire pit for the winter months and plush plants for the Summer months.
Tucked away on a quiet side street close to London Fields station, stands Wringer & Mangle, an old industrial laundry turned modern British restaurant and bar. On a blustery and cool April evening, the warm lights of this hidden East-London...
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