Step back in time as you arrive at Hoxley & Porter, entering through a corridor that evokes a 1930s train carriage. The emphasis on impressive decor continues throughout, with striking wallpaper, upholstered armchairs and light fittings that hark back to an era of big band dances.
Choose from a strong spirits list with a huge variety of gin and rum, and indulge in a menu of excellent continental fare, boasting plates such as seared-duck and seafood linguine.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 (USD 34.98) per diner|
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Hoxley and Porter
153 Upper StreetLondonN1 1RA
Top 5 reviews of Hoxley and Porter
Atmosphere is good. Cocktails are good.
Management is terrible. Unfair with customer orders and do not understand customer service at all. Avoid at all costs. more
Awesome cocktail bar with a ton of interesting flavor profiles. Yes, it gets crowded, but it's a very long space with a bunch of tables. Some of the seating is weird (tables and ottomans... ottomen? at weird heights). Anyway, even with the crazy crowd, our waitress was attentive and made sure we were tended to. And anyway, the cocktail menu is so extensive that you'll need some time to decide.... more
I had such a lovely meal here with another lovely yelper, Abby.
They have a fixed price menu for £16.50 for two courses (I don't think I could manage a pudding...but if you have a separate stomach for dessert, it was £20 for three courses.)
- Fried goat's cheese and salad - which was rich, but really really tasty.
- Pork belly with bubble and squeak, honey glazed figs and a tasty... more
Really don't understand all the effusive reviews on here. Maybe I just caught them on a bad night, but everything about this place - apart from the décor - was simply mediocre. The drinks were neither particularly inventive nor flavorful (nor strong), the food was incredibly bland (was the kitchen out of all seasoning?), the service was just OK, and the music was god-awful. Nothing was... more
I am still raving about a cocktail I had at Hoxley & Porter. It was a version of a French 75 made with a house-infused Earl Grey gin. Blew me away, completely. I also had 3 or 4 and got pleasantly buzzed with my new London friend Josy A. Cocktails were a bit pricey but 100% worth it.
We also enjoyed a lovely prix fixe meal for 16.50, and for the price it was not only a generous amount of... more