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Blixen

As restaurant enthusiasts here at Restaurant Property, we are constantly keeping our eyes open for exciting new venues to try out. In December we chose:

Blixen
65A Brushfield Street
London E1 6AA
http://www.blixen.co.uk/
020 7101 0093

 

Located in Old Spitalfields Market, Blixen is a new all-day food brasserie ranging from pancakes and banana bread for breakfast to pan-fried frog’s legs for dinner, with a fantastic selection of cocktails, wine, champagne and fresh juices for those looking for a fun alcohol-free option.

Blixen is the creation of Clive Watson of Village Group, the people behind the popular Riding House Cafe. Going out on his own with Justin Gilbert of Coriander Buildings, Watson’s vision is for a restaurant for all occasions and celebrations, family friendly but sleek enough for professionals.

Situated in an old bank, Blixen will offer an “old world twist” and a unique dining experience with a dining room and bar with an open kitchen and an outdoor undercover terrace on the ground floor and a cocktail bar and private dining room in the basement. Look out for the banks original safe in the private dining room, just one of the many features that makes Blixen our hot new opening of the month.

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