All the food at Ottolenghi is made in their kitchens, right below the shops. The Ottolenghi philosophy requires that everything is hand crafted with extreme care and attention, from basic raw ingredients. The croissants, for example, are made in the traditional French way over three days, using French flour and butter. The vegetables are delivered early in the morning from the market to be freshly prepared for the day. This branch has a dining area where you can enjoy their fantastic food.
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Venue Details & Map
287 Upper St
- Public transport:
- Essex Road, National Railway
Love love love! What a great place to have lunch when in London. I have several of his cookbooks, so I was very excited to go to one of his restaurants. The food was delicious, the set up of all of the food and desserts inside looks meticulous and great service! Would definitely recommend and come back!!more
Yes, this place is worth the hype. Beautifully decorated. Low key in morning but hard to get in at night at their fabulous communal table or a private one.
I have been here for all meals of the day. The breakfast is calm and lovely, with hearty egg/bread dishes, and sweet ones like muesli with tahini. The shakshuka is a bit oily and comes out piping hot but worth every bite.
Dinner is the...more
This restaurant is so fantastic. We booked a table so we got a table for 2, though you sometimes get sat at the big communal table. It's fine but I prefer the privacy of the individual tables as you are quite close to other people on the communal one!
The food is so creative and interesting (and fairly healthy). Definitely get the ricotta stuffed courgette flowers. I LOVE these. The rest of...more
Definitely pricey but yummy! Fresh salads and dishes. Minimal hot entrees (we got the fish) but really tasty!!
Amazing service and very kid friendly!more
One of my favourite places ever. Ottolenghi has fresh, healthy food and it's super creative to boot. It's good service even if you have to wait to be seated, and you likely will. Ottolenghi is no secret around upper street. I only wish I still lived in London so I could go more often. It's a go to spot every time I visit.
I've been for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and I've enjoyed everything...more