St John restaurant and bar is a British restaurant which specialises in nose-to-tail eating – using traditional recipes to serve up offal and other cuts of meat less commonly found on a menu.
A gastronomic paradise, dishes include pig’s ears and bone marrow. The restaurant has one Michelin star.
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St John Restaurant
26 St John StreetLondonEC1M 4AY
- +44 (0)20 7251 0848
Top 5 reviews of St John Restaurant
Learned about this place from one of Anthony Bourdain's shows. Made dinner reservations for this place 3 weeks before traveling to London.
They change their menu often, but one constant is the BONE MARROW. We ordered a few dishes, but we probably could have done without them and ordered only the bone marrow. Omg it was so good.. so rich and packed with umami flavor. We ended with fresh... more
For most of the world outside of London, St. John and its Chef Fergus Henderson probably burst into our collective consciousness when some guy called Tony Bourdain (on the London episode of his first show, A Cook's Tour) engaged with Chef Fergus Henderson on what may have been the first US televised treatise on "Nose to Tail Eating" (also the title of Fergus' groundbreaking cookbook). It... more
The airy yet austere dining hall welcomes you to a realm where the food is the star. I had mussels cooked with leeks and cider as a starter.
The mussels were cooked beautifully and despite the base being comprised of such light fare like leeks and cider, the broth had a lot of depth to it. Definitely my favorite part of the meal. You will not be served a shellfish fork so the server... more
After watching The Meat Show episode featuring St. John, the bone marrow and parsley salad here skyrocketed to the top of my London foodie list. Even after all the hype, the restaurant's signature dish did not disappoint. Every bite is an explosion of well-balanced flavors and textures: the fattiness of the marrow, the crunch of the bread, the acidity of the salad. I'd also recommend trying... more
Definitely know ahead of time what type of food you are going to be eating. I wanted to try a different type of British cuisine and saw this restaurant kept popping up in all the lists but it just wasn't for us. Food was very very rich and hard for my stomach to process during and after the meal.
Menu changes daily so also hard to plan ahead but we had the bone marrow (3/5), cod appetizer... more