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Restaurants, Brasseries Liverpool Street
4 out of 5 stars
(5user reviews)
Eastway, 2018

Time Out says

One of the Andaz Hotel's five drinking and dining spots, this informal brasserie offers recognisable dishes from across the globe alongside speciality meats from the grill.

The a la carte menu features dishes ranging from caesar salads and charcuterie boards to risottos, burgers, fish and chips and steamed sea bass served with a shellfish emulsion, olives, lemon and spring onions. The grill options include steaks, sea bream, loin of tuna and a whole baby chicken in a Goan spice rub.

Weekend brunches prove popular too, with muesli and granola alongside pancakes, waffles, eggs benedict and a traditional full English. Drinks range from smoothies, fresh juices and mocktails to coffee, tea blends and Bloody Marys served from a DIY Bloody Mary station, where diners are invited to create their own concoction. 

Eastway says
An East End brasserie in the heart of London’s business district, Eastway is the answer for those looking for a relaxed London dining experience.



Address: 40 Liverpool Street
Transport: Tube: Liverpool Street; Rail: Liverpool Street
Opening hours: Breakfast served Mon-Fri 6.30-11.30am. Brunch served Sat-Sun 10am-2pm. Lunch served Mon-Fri noon-5pm. Dinner served Mon-Fri 5-11pm, Sat-Sun 2-11pm
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4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.4 / 5

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I had an amazing dinner in Eastway last week, the steak was one of the best of my life, they have a really nice selection of wines and the service was perfect. Highly recommended. 


I am here often for meetings as it offers a quite, laid-back, comfortable and even business like setting with great brasserie food, a great albeit short winelist and passable cocktails.

First of all, the lychee in the lychee martini is NOT FRESH - you know immediately it is canned but still acceptable.

This is not a flashy place, it's quiet and you never ever need to queue and there is no stinky bar smell lingering or rowdy city crowd which makes it great to hold business meetings or drinks at.

The sharing platters - both vegetarian and meat - are great value and so are the wine.


Located within the Andaz hotel, this light filled classic brasserie offers great comfort food. I opt for the octopus salad which was perfectly cooked and went down swimmingly with the Sauvignon blanc, my main was a blade of beef, tender and flavoursome washed down with a robust Malbec. The chocolate brownie hit the spot but was left with a bit of food envy having seen my colleagues steak! Oh well I guess another visit is on the cards. I recommend booking as it does get busy, great ambiance and service

Staff Writer

I went for brunch at Eastway and was impressed with their selection on offer! There's a great DIY Bloody Mary bar, so you can mix your own drink, just as you like it and there's also an unlimited array of pastries and different breads on offer so oyu can have those to start with before your main course, which inlcudes an English take on Chicken & Waffles - it works! - a confit chicken leg glazed with Marmite and Spices, served on a rosemary and bacon waffle - perfect for a Sunday brunch in England.

I have been frequenting Eastway for many years now, even going back to when it was called Terminus within the Great Eastern Hotel. Needless to say, some things truly do get better with age! The best is their brunch, the menu is brimming, the dishes are hearty and top quality, and they have a DIY Bloody Mary station that is the perfect remedy for any Friday/Saturday evening mistakes. I could not recommend Eastway more!!!

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