Covent Garden restaurant from Russell Norman and Richard Beatty, the owners of Polpo, Polpetto, da Polpo and Spuntino.
Mishkin's brings a slice of the East End and New York's Lower East Side to London. Russell, along with group head chef Tom Oldroyd, has developed a menu of Jewish comfort classics mixed with witty takes on familiar dishes.
Expect to find Brick Lane salt beef on soda bread, a classic Ruben sandwich on rye, oxtail cholent, cod cheek popcorn and house-smoked beef brisket hash and eggs.
The cocktail list features classic drinks from the 30s and 40s with an emphasis on gin. The bar will stock an exceptional range of gins including many London distilled varieties.
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25 Catherine StreetLondonWC2B 5JS
- +44 (0)20 7240 2078
I really love this place. Small, simple, great tasting/sharing plates in such a relaxed atmosphere. You have to go for the Mac & Cheese and at least some of the sliders on your first go. The bill may add up if you get carried away, but it's just a good excuse to come back and try anything you missed. (Visit - 17/07/2015 Lunch)more
Headed here after the Yelp mulled wine 'festival'. Delicious. Sat at the bar and were helped by super friendly staff. Gin Sour was okay, nothing special - the Manhattan much better. Food was delicious. Great salt beef. Nice atmosphere. Busy but not pretentious. Would definitely go again.more
Not great. Ambiance more like a traditional diner than a deli. Food was...well they got the traditional deli menu items right but the food was very blah. Bland to taste, nothing special. Very expensive for what on offer, but is located in a touristy area I suppose. Wouldn't return and wouldn't recommend to anyone familiar with traditional American Jewish delis.more
The restaurant is a diner style layout. We had no booking, but they were able to accommodate us.
The menu looks good. It's a deli, so there are some good sandwich and slider options. The salt beef looks tempting, but I was feeling like fried chicken at the time. I got a side of onion rings too: a classic accompaniment. My wife was tempted by the mac & cheese and the beef slider. The solution:...more