About Bacchus

Hoxton's Bacchus is bound to be pretty damn trendy just by virtue of its location. Add to that a damn fine interior and an emphasis on modern cooking techniques brought to you by much talked about Nuno Mendes and you've got a restaurant that has had the most important food pages in raptures. Inspired by the likes of Blumenthal and Adria, Mendes has created a casual take on experimental fine dining so you might find Red Mullet accompanied by Liqourice Toast or the much talked of Blue Cheese Ice Cream. The accompanying interior is uber-modern meets reclaimed-chic, a perfect bright and airy escape from the hackneyed battered sofa art bars of the area.

Sample a la carte


- Tuna cubes (whipped avocado, crispy daikon, dashi, toasted nori dust)
- Yuzucrab (tobiko, herbal broth, lemongrass gel, baby shitake, coral crumbs)
- Paradise prawns (seared watermelon, goats cheese, thai basil, pistacchio praline)

Main Course

- Summer fruits and vegetables (lime-leaf powder, vanilla-cucumber gelee, mangosteen, togarashi caramel)
- Iberico ham gelee (heirloom tomatoes, bocadillo bread, breakfast radishes, olive oil powder)
- Ocean trout confit (english pea tapioca, grapefruit, bean sprouts, crispy skin and fennel)
- Slow poached duck (several textures of beets, cherries, hot jelly noodles, macadamia nuts)
- Fresasentexturas (szechuan, rocket and wasabi powder, crispy yuba)


- Dark chocolate mousse (mastic-rose petal ice, lychee cream, gooseberries)
- Petit fours

Additional Information


177 Hoxton Street, N1 6PJ

Nearest tube:

Old Street
9 Courses £60 (wine pairing £45)
6 Courses £40 (wine pairing £30)
3 Courses £30 (wine pairing £15)

Average Price:

£35 - £44

Opening times:

Tues - Sat 6pm - 12am
(kitchen opens at 7pm)

Dress Code: