25. Januar 2019
Designer Tom Dixon’s Coal Office restaurant in London is now serving breakfast
Prepared from the granite top, an expansive rock island on the first floor, the menu includes Kuballah Benedict (pulled ox cheek, poached eggs and hollandaise our way), Green Shakshuka and Old City pancakes with cream el hanout and date honey. Chef Patron Assaf Granit (above) explains: ‘Our ambition is to create sharper flavours and surroundings. Our instinct was anchored by a single thought: to offer an active and engaged experience beyond just eating.’ General manager Thas Robinson says: ‘Our modern-day Jerusalem breakfast uses seasonal fresh ingredients, offering both healthy and hearty dishes. The food is complemented by the Tom Dixon designed space. With its open panoramic views of Regent’s Canal, Coal Drops Yard and Granary Square, this is a food and design playground which is bound to leave guests feeling inspired.’ Coal Office Restaurant reflects a juxtaposition of rustic, textured backdrops cleverly situated amid a modern, contemporary setting of stunning interior design features. The restaurant’s immersive dining experience mirrors the unique, engaging traditions found throughout Jerusalem, the Middle East and the Mediterranean. Expect a culinary journey of discovery. Celebrated restaurateur, Chef Assaf Granit, became a mainstay of London’s culinary scene with his renowned spots The Palomar and The Barbary. Born and raised in Jerusalem, Assaf now has 11 highly-successful restaurants between London, Jerusalem, and Tel Aviv, feted for his unique strand of modern Mediterranean cuisine. Located adjacent to Granary Square, the restaurant space spans two floors, with a stunning outdoor terrace to provide the perfect platform for work and play.
Images: Courtesy of Coal Office Restaurant
Coal Office restaurant, 2 Bagley Walk London N1C 4PQ