Coal Office Restaurant London Presents A New Terrace & Spring Menu
Coal Office, a food and design playground created by Michelin-starred Chef Assaf Granit and renowned British designer Tom Dixon offers first-class Middle Eastern Cuisine. With its new outdoor space, it is one of London’s best al fresco dining destinations.
Since its opening in 2018, Coal Office has quickly become London’s top destination for Middle Eastern Cuisine. This is largely thanks to its vibrant atmosphere, delicious flavours, and noteworthy interiors all under one roof. Located at the entrance of the shopping destination and foodie hotspot Coal Drops Yard, Coal Office now boasts two beautiful outdoor spaces.
The Ground Terrace
The new 45 meter long fully enclosed ground terrace is the perfect place to people-watch and overlooks bustling Granary Square. Designed by Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, the new outdoor space features generous parasols, heaters, tables with Testi marble tops imported from Italy and Omstak chairs, a classic British design by Rodney Kinsman. The new deck – that can accommodate up to 80 diners – is made from recycled materials.
Coal Office’s blended menu of Modern Jerusalem flavours is as enticing as ever. New summer dishes have been added to the menu which include: Shkedia (Kingfish Tartar), Morris Challah Bruschetta (sweet bread with lamb and herbs) and Shula’s Calzones (Bonfire Potato, feta, percorino ravioli and yogurt).
The Coal Office’s classic dishes continue to shine too: Kubalah (Soft Yemeni Brioche served with Tahini, Grated Tomato, Schug), Josperized Aubergine (Green Tahini, Black Tahini, Yogurt, Pomegranate, Mint, Berries, Duka), Machneyuda’s Polenta (Asparagus, Truffle, Mushroom Ragout, Parmesan), Octopus al Lachuh (Yemeni Pancake, Truffle Harissa Sauce, Pomegranate, Herbs) and Shikshukit 3.0 (Lamb & Beef, Green Tahini, Chickpeas, Aubergine, Shallot, Herbs, Kurdish Dips).
Subsequently, you can enjoy great cuisine in a magnificent setting!
Coal Office Industry
Furthermore, Coal Office’s little sister Coal Office Industry, located at the entrance of the Tom Dixon shop is open every day. It offers delicious stews and soups, freshly baked bread and produce. Kubalah, a Middle Eastern twist on the sandwich, has become a popular choice amongst many. This is due to its fluffy brioche bun, generous fillings, and size. Take-away and delivery are subsequently available and outdoor seating is on offer for guests.
For more visit Coal Office.