Joining the eclectic mix and popular area of Shoreditch is the Three Crowns Public House. Three new generation pub enthusiast are claiming this primary location as their own and are finally bringing the residents of Old Street a truly local pub with an edge. Cleverly designed to ensure that guest get their desired vibe, the venue is split into two - with the spacious and lively bar at the front and a restaurant separated by a grand curtain at the back. The decor itself is timeless and classic, designed to only get better with age. The open kitchen run by Head Chef Lee Urch focuses on honest cooking. The breakfast lunch and dinner menus are centered around seasonal and well sourced produce and creating delicious dishes with culinary flair. Seasonality is the only staple in the Three Crowns kitchen with the menu changing daily and creativity going against the grain of gimmicky cooking.
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Venue Details & Map
The 3 Crowns
8 East RoadLondonN1 6AD
- Public transport:
- Old Street, Underground
Had dinner here - quail for appetizer and then steak. Everything was delicious and great service. Definitely recommend!more
Just been for lunch today with 5 colleagues. The food was excellent. The portions were quite large and all dishes were very tasty. We opted for the lunch menu which is 2 courses for £15 or 3 courses for £18 which given the location and the standard of food is excellent. The restaurant has a nice atmospher and the waiting staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. My only slight criticism was...more
The place itself is very nice, and you can see the chefs at work which, in my opinion, is great. Th etables are a bit too close together so feels quite crowded and where I sat, people were always brushing past, annoying to say the least.
I came here for Sunday Lunch and had 3 courses, a Clam and Leek Chowder, Roast Beef dinner and the Choc Brownie dessert.
I have to say that the food was...more
I've returned to set the record straight. We ordered a pork gelée on toast for our bar snack. Once my brain pulled the correct word from the depths I am able to come here to continue affirming I'm an ignorant, unsophisticated Yank.
"By the Middle Ages at the latest, cooks had discovered that a thickened meat broth could be made into a jelly. A detailed recipe for aspic is found in Le...more
Shoreditch, as a nightlife destination, has a surprising shortage of nice pubs. The area around the Old St roundabout is particularly bad, and so it was great to see the Three Crowns reopen, after a period where it was looking in danger of being converted into flats or offices.
The pub itself has been renovated well, and has a great selection of beer, both traditional cask ales and a few...more