Eastway Brasserie at five-star boutique hotel, the Andaz, London Liverpool Street offers diners a relaxed but vibrant experience throughout the day with terraced seating on the buzzing East London streets. Design is at the heart of the hotel, effortlessly combining the building’s rich heritage from the late nineteenth century when The Great Eastern Hotel occupied the site, with today’s modern aesthetic.
We popped along one evening for a delicious three course extravaganza starting with a some very interesting but delicious starters of ham hock and English asparagus terrine (pressed ham hock, asparagus custard and basil dressing) and dressed Cornish crab) (dressed white crab meat, sweetcorn fritters, avocado and cherry tomatoes) upon our lovely french waiter Emmanuels recommendation.
For the main we opted for classics, tender lamb rump with pea puree and a succulent rib-eye served with peppercorn sauce and chips, the perfect combination. The steak was cooked to juicy perfection – just thinking about it makes our mouth water again.
Our finale was an impressive chocolate brownie with caramel popcorn, toasted marshmallows, chocolate sauce, caramel ripple ice cream literally the dreamiest of desserts.
The restaurant also serves an excellent breakfast menu featuring a range of brunch classics alongside more innovative dishes.
The hotel has so much more to offer, we don’t even know where to start, we are literally are lusting after their Bed, Flicks & Chill package which offers guests the chance to binge watch their favourite programmes or movies in luxury, with the promise of unlimited in-room movies, chilled prosecco, an ultimate snack box (including alcoholic popcorn), and an complimentary late check out – perfect after a hard weeks slog!
For the arty types and those who want to explore the cultural side, check out the SideStory street art package which offers guests the opportunity to stay in one of the hotel’s King Street Art Rooms and enjoy a unique Street Art Experience, where on a guided walk round the neighbourhood, you will uncover the many layers of urban art in East London.
Ideally situated in the heart of the City and the creative Shoreditch scene, the hotel/restaurant is moments away from prime transport links and within walking distance of several underground and overground rail stations as well as sitting next door to London Liverpool Street station, making it the perfect choice for commuters and locals alike.
Eastway Brasserie at Andaz London Liverpool Street
40 Liverpool St,