Old Bengal Warehouse | Liverpool Street Restaurant and Bar
The Old Bengal Warehouse, consisting of the New St Grill; Fish Market; the Old Bengal Bar and the New St Wine Shop, can be found right next to Liverpool Street Station.
Perfect for planning an epic 12-hour date… in less than a minute.
You’ll meet at the informal Fish Market, a summery restaurant – all distressed wood and white brick – for a light lunch: perhaps a bottle of rosé, winkles and jumbo king prawns at the Crustacean Bar, or a whole grilled lobster on the outdoor terrace.
Then coffee, followed by charcuterie and a little wine tasting with master sommelier Tanguy Martin at the New St Wine Shop next door.
Drunk, you’ll head to the courtyard of the Bengal Bar for an alfresco G&T or three, before venturing in to the bar itself – a sexy, dimly-lit, exposed-brick and mirrored-walled cocktail den where you’ll replace G&Ts with Dirty Truffles… and where the music may require you to sit a little closer.
And then it’ll be time to move on to the New St Grill – a dark, leather-clad old gentleman’s club of a steakhouse – for a late dinner, by which time your menu choices will be inevitable.
The oysters, to share.
The 500g chateaubriand, to share.
And a bottle of Malbec…each.
NOTE: Old Bengal Warehouse is open daily from 11.30am (11am on Sundays), with only the bar open on weekends. You can find out more, and book a table, HERE.
Old Bengal Warehouse | 16 New Street, London EC2M 4TR
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