The Rivington Grill is, in my humble opinion, one of the best restaurants in London for British food.
Some say the menu is a little uninspiring, but then here in Britain we’re not known for our diverse range of food, are we? Despite continually promising myself I’ll try something more outlandish, I tend to go for fish fingers and chips. It’s difficult to top a classic. A good variety of seafood spices up the menu though.
The restaurant specialises in British classics with a modern twist and they’re big on seasonality – the menu is updated regularly to suit what is naturally available and almost all of the food is sourced here in Britain. Delicious.
The decor isn’t too fussy, and I love the neon art that hangs on the walls. It isn’t usually that busy at lunchtimes, particularly Sundays when I’ve found myself part of the only group in there. During evenings, particularly Fridays, it is advisable to book. Also, always check out the website for deals, particularly midweek.