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.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
56 Shoreditch High StreetLondonE1 6JJ
- +44 (0)20 3011 5911
Top 5 reviews of Lyle’s
This place didn't break the Top 50 in The World's 50 Best Restaurants (2017) but it did break my Top 10 Places to Eat in London.
Why It's Top Ten (the +'s):
+ Decor - Airy and industrial but lots of wood to ground the place so that it doesn't feel like a warehouse.
+ Service - Great! Hostess promptly greeted and seated us. Water always filled timely. Only one time the server was distracted by... more
Shame on you yelpers for not recognizing the brilliance of this place
The environment is fairly stripped down. But it is comfortable and pleasant.
Service is polite and knowledgeable
This place is really really about the food.
--simply prepared delicious Mackerel
--smoked Mussels; best I've had by far
--delicious bread and butter
--clever affordable wine list
Will return. more
I wanted to love it but I just couldn't... ambiance is cool, staff is friendly, plating is beautiful, but there was some ingredient in every dish that put me off, plus service could be better.
For dinner, its 5 courses plus a couple bites. Tell them in advance about dietary restrictions. My omnivore boyfriend was pretty happy, while I left most of my dishes behind.
First off, a restaurant... more
Trendy spot! Lyle's channels an industrial, but light feel with beautiful dishes and great service. I came here with five friends a couple weeks back for lunch and had a great time. We decided to share all the dishes on the menu. Given how small the portions were, I had a bite or two of each thing.
The menu changes every day, but it's all good. First, they bring out baskets of hearty... more
Never have I so enjoyed mussels. Never have I so enjoyed eel. Never have I so enjoyed meringue of any kind on anything. Never have I so enjoyed duck toast (um duck toast?). Maybe I have ever so enjoyed leeks.
Everything was amazing. Just, divine.
Don't be fooled by the simplicity of the menu. When my cousin first suggested this place to me, I was taken by the drawing of the goat on their... more