In mid September an exciting new eating venture will be opening its doors to hungry Londoners and it sounds so good we thought it was worth filling you in on.
The theme is industrialisation (you know that thing loads of the Opening Ceremony was based around) and the 180 seat venue will serve food all day and night. As well as pipes and valves on the walls the restaurant will be decorated with antique station clocks, a Victorian coffee roaster and other bits and pieces to give it that industrial feel.
As for the food they’ll be serving up dishes made by former Tate chef Sean Davies who will be preparing dishes such as Grilled Wood Pigeon with Fig Tart, Prune & Bacon Rolls, Guinea Fowl with Black Pudding Scotch Eggs and Blood Orange deserts.
You’ll be able to find The Factory House at 10 Lime Street, London, EC3.