This St Paul’s branch is one of two Hush Brasseries in London - there’s another over in Holborn, too. They’re both offshoots of the flagship Hush in Mayfair. Fans of Sir Christopher Wren could do a lot worse than grabbing an al fresco table here - the courtyard is right under the dome of St Paul’s. It’s a pretty spot.
The food here follows that of its siblings, with a menu taking inspiration from across the globe. Expect, then, chicken Milanese and chimichurri lamb chops alongside crispy duck salad, racks of ribs, house burgers, lobster rolls and pan-fried salmon with Lyonnaise potatoes and a truffle dressing. A fancy looking afternoon tea proves popular.
A short wine list focuses on well-known vineyards from the old world and new, with Meantime beers keeping the ale hounds happy. Cocktails include a good range of gin based mixes - think a pineapple express (Hush small batch gin, fresh pineapple, apricot liqueur and pineapple juice) or a grandma’s cottage (Hush small batch gin, fresh pear, blackberries, apple juice and cinnamon syrup).
|Venue name:||Hush Brasserie St Paul's|
1 Ludgate Hill
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