Housed on the ground floor of Shoreditch’s Tea Building, Lyle’s features an open kitchen, enabling guests to see the modern British dishes created by head chef James Lowe come to fruition.
Among the options here are the likes of mutton broth and turnips, turbot and wild garlic, and rhubarb and custard.
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56 Shoreditch High StreetShoreditchLondonE1 6JJ
The ambiance here is certainly minimalist, but the prices certainly are not. And the service could use some work. Tiny as the plates are, though, most of them do pack a flavorful punch.
First of all, the menu is a set thing, and while you can substitute certain items if you have any allergies or restrictions, you still have to pay for the whole shebang, which can cost upwards of £50 for the...more
Awesome. Proper fine dining done very well. Cheeky 4 course taster menu, which I'm led to believe is the only option.
Started with some snacks - breaded lambs shoulder with smoked Mayo and a beetroot dish. I've clearly done a complete u-turn on beetroot as every time I have it at a restaurant it's awesome. With some sort of bacon i think, and a delicious light sauce. Lamb shoulder was...more
Many reviewers have found fault with the dinner experience at Lyle's, but I can only speak to the wonderful lunch I enjoyed in June. A multi-course meal at a Michelin-starred restaurant for less than £35 is certainly a breath of fresh air. Large windows facing the pop-up market outside invite soft natural light into the spacious venue, characterized by white brick walls and columns. As some...more
A restaurant for foodies... Set menu a must do... If you're a fussy eater it may not suit.
Booked in dinner super far ahead and it happened to fall on one of their guest chef series. Usually a four course sit down menu (which is quite frankly the only way to eat at a place like this) is £44. The guest series was £49. It comes with all of the trimmings; amuse bouche and petit fours and some...more
So I have been meaning to check out Lyle's forever. Forever ever. I walk by it all the time and always mean to try it out, and I am happy that I got to try it out for lunch one day.
Or at least, I think I did. For all I know, I may still be sitting in Lyle's, waiting for my food.
It's a beautiful spot, open, airy, great natural light and it is easy to sit there and enjoy a meal. I had a...more