Head to the impressive Alphabeta Building on the corner of Finsbury Square, and enjoy breakfasts, tapas and other small bites that will be sure to tickle your fancy.
Modern Pantry, Finsbury Square, features a stunning 18-seater solid oak bar and serves a range of cocktails and liveners. Large groups can also enjoy a striking private dining room.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
Modern Pantry Finsbury Square
The Alphabeta Building
14 Finsbury SquareLondonEC2A 1AH
- +44 (0) 20 3696 6565
Top 5 reviews of Modern Pantry Finsbury Square
Bland, overpriced food: check. Slow and sullen service: check. Stuffy atmosphere: check.
Sold yet? I have no idea how they have gotten good ratings. I wouldn't go here again for any reason. more
I went here for a hen do "brunch" - brunch here lasts until 4pm which doesn't make total sense but if you enjoy eating eggs at 2.30pm then it's ideal. Personally I prefer to avoid substituting the meat in my dish with eggs wherever possible but the good news is that Modern Pantry's interesting options including poached eggs with chorizo and plantain - a nice combo! The halloumi and buttered... more
My second visit! Seduced by a very tasty sounding menu and memories of my last visit. It's not massively busy, possibly a former bank, high ceilings and solid looking parquet. It's not a place for huge portions, but of interesting flavours. My starter was artichoke, goats cheese and garlic polenta. Very nice. Pic is add more
Afternoon tea at the Modern Pantry was simply delightful!
The six course tea menu was very well thought out with three savory dishes followed by three sweet dishes (smaller portions). In addition to their tea selection, you can also order prosecco, beer, espresso drinks and fancy hot chocolates. I tried the regular hot chocolate and it was wonderful.
The tea/dining experience did take a... more
Ended up at this location because there were some issues in their St. John's square one.
The food was just as good as the sister restaurant. The interior has a very different feel. It's more mid century with high ceilings and interesting lamps/mirrors. Not as charming as the 'farmhouse look' I think but still really nice.
We had the hash and eggs with both bacon and halloumi. We also all... more