Wringer & Mangle

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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. 



Day Open Close Notes
11:00 18:00
11:00 23:30
11:00 23:30
11:00 23:30
11:00 00:30
11:00 00:30
12:00 21:00


Wringer & Mangle
13-18 Sidworth Street, London, E8 3SD

East London

Nearest station:
London Fields (Rail)
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Drink Prices Price
Cocktail £9.00


This venue serves British food.

Our Review

Wringer & Mangle Hackney - Restaurant Bar Review

Wringer & Mangle Hackney - Restaurant Bar Review

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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Great venue! Drinks and food was lovely too, and the waitstaff were super nice. It was busy at the start and it took a little while for the drinks to arrive but we asked to keep them coming and our waiter was very attentive. Jenna visited Wringer & Mangle on 15 Oct 2016
17 Oct 2016 by Jenna

We were treated to a delightful Afternoon Tea Party at Wringer and Mangle one afternoon in March. It's certainly tucked out of the way behind a railway bridge and you wouldn't have stumbled upon it. But set in a wonderful old industrial building with gigantic ceilings and character. The bread used in the sandwiches was exceptional and very locally sourced from a neighbouring baker we were told. Good call. The fillings were equally good. Scones are for some reason, remarkably difficult for most cafes and restaurants to get right. But these were outstanding, melted in the mouth and couldn't be fresher. The carrot cake was moist and tasty too. A great trip enhanced with complimentary glass of fizz. Thank you. Bottomley1 visited Wringer & Mangle on 12 Mar 2016
05 Apr 2016 by Bottomley1

Came here for a work team meeting & lunch and had horrendous service, below average food & very blasé staff - even though we had a severe celiac with us and wanted some reassurance on the menu - embarrassing that I brought my team here! Never again!
28 Feb 2016 by Cassandra
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Had lunch here with a few friends last week and it was really good. The sausage roll starters were excellent, and the beef was spot on! Love the decor and general vibe in there and Lewis who hosted us did a superb job!
26 Jan 2016 by Jack
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Just wanted to say a massive thank you for yesterday. I've had nothing but great feedback from everyone who came about the food and wonderful service! We all had a great time and I had a brilliant birthday. Thanks again, Harriet harrietm336 visited Wringer & Mangle on 10 Jan 2016
12 Jan 2016 by harrietm336

10/10 the staff are amazing and the food is amazing. The cocktails too are spot on and if it's not on the menu they will make it. Been here twice now and will continue to go back. timbo88 visited Wringer & Mangle on 17 Dec 2015
19 Dec 2015 by timbo88

Lovely food and great service. The music had us screaming over the table to each other though. It's back to the good old days at the beginning when it was called the Laundry. It lost itself with Asian fusion cuisine but is now back with an English menu. The new outside area is great! Will definitely be coming again.
13 Dec 2015 by sidcup

Really nice venue set a converted industrial building. The service was great. Vibrant yet chilled atmosphere. Great variety of Collins cocktails Ended the night with a really nice, uncomplicated meal. Ben visited Wringer & Mangle on 13 Nov 2015
15 Nov 2015 by Ben

Loved it! Went for dinner on a Thursday night and had a great time. Super cool space, friendly staff and food was great. Bonus points for the chill out area in front. cangelo0827 visited Wringer & Mangle on 12 Nov 2015
15 Nov 2015 by cangelo0827

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