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Bevis Marks

About Bevis Marks

And now for something truly different... Bevis Marks, ladies and gents, is a synagogue (the oldest in Britain), a street name and a restaurant. And a mighty fine kosher restaurant at that if you listen to critics in their column inches. To make the most of Bevis Marks, dress up in your smartest threads, compose yourself amongst the high-flying businessmen and their chic lady guests, and treat yourself to the signature dish - traditional salt-beef with frites finished off with horseradish relish. Portions being of the size your mother would serve you, if you’ve got room left order the apple and blackberry strudel with cinnamon ice cream for dessert, then savour it spoonful by spoonful. They also serve latkes - deep-fried potato cakes strictly not for the faint-hearted. Light, airy and modern (yes, abstract paintings make bold statements on the white walls), the room has an electric conservatory roof that opens up when the weather’s fine and a lovley courtyard at the front of the restaurant where you can dine alfresco during the warm summer months. Smart.



Full a la carte

Starter

Chicken soup with matzo balls - £5.50
Hemishe barley soup - £4.95
Charcuterie with homemade piccalilli - £7.95
Seared foie gras with caramelised pears - £15
Chopped liver with spiced fig compote and toast - £6.50
Home cured gravadlax with potato salad - £6.95
Crispy Thai salt-beef with sweet chilli and corriander - £6.75
Boiled gifilte fish with horseradish - £5.50

Main Course

Grilled rib-eye steak with frites and salsa verde - £15.95
Confit of duck with lavender honey glaze on a bed of oriental vegetables - £14.50
Tagine of lamb with cous-cous and beetroot harissa - £14.50
Traditional salt-beef with frites and horseradish relish - £15.90
Roast breast of chicken with rice pilaf, beetroot, preserved lemon and thyme jus - £13.50
Sea bass with mango, pepperdew salsa, orange coulis and basil - £14.50
Persian style cod with sweet peppers, lemon and cumin roasted potatoes - £13.95
Pumpkin and coconut curry with lemon grass and jasmine rice - £9.95

Dessert

Lockshen pudding - £4.95
Apple and blackberry strudel with connamon ice-cream - £4.95
Dark chocolate mousse with caramelised orange - £4.95
Seasonal fruits with sorbet - £4.95
Gingerbread pudding with lavender anglaise - £4.95
Ice-creams and sorbets - £4.95



Additional Information


Address:

Bevis Marks, 4 Heneage Lane, EC3A 5DQ

Nearest tube:

Liverpool Street

Average Price:

£35 -£44

Opening times:

Mon - Thurs 12:30pm - 3pm and 5:30pm - 10pm
Fri 12:30pm - 3pm
Last booking time is 8pm every day

Dress Code:

Smart casual



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