Grillshack Soho restaurant reviews
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Address: 61-63 Beak Street, London W1F 9SL

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Casual grill restaurant with counter service in Soho’s Beak Street. The menu includes burgers, steaks, roast chicken and salads. The man behind Grillshack is Richard Caring, owner of the Caprice (J Sheekey, Scott’s, 34 etc.) and Soho House groups.

Latest reviews of Grillshack

jay_rayner

Jay Rayner, The Observer

15 December 2013

The grilled chicken has crisp, well-seasoned skin and meat that hasn’t been cooked to death. We like the seasoned fries. There are also a couple of specials on offer, including the obligatory pulled-pork bun…

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Grace Dent, Evening Standard

25 October 2013

The problem with making technology the main selling point of your dining establishment is that technology is a bitch. I placed my order at the self-service till and was given an empty cup to pour my own tea. I haven’t used a self-service tea point since I worked at Southwaite Service Station on the M6 while at school…

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Tania Ballantine, Time Out

4 October 2013

This once-gloomy site (formerly the Alphabet Bar) now features sunshine yellow walls and semi-industrial stylings (white ‘brick’ tiles, open kitchen, dark woods): all very predictable. But the kitchen is where Grillshack shows its evil genius…

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Andy Lynes, Metro

3 October 2013

Then there’s the ordering system. You could tell a living human being at the counter what you want to eat but its not the 20th century any more. Download the app and, with a few jabs at your smartphone, you’ve ordered and paid and the food and drink appear at your table as if by magic. Very neat. Apart from a thin, grey rump steak that looks like a piece of carpet underlay, the food, including a top-notch burger, is very good…

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What the Critics say

jay_rayner

Jay Rayner, The Observer

15 December 2013

The grilled chicken has crisp, well-seasoned skin and meat that hasn’t been cooked to death. We like the seasoned fries. There are also a couple of specials on offer, including the obligatory pulled-pork bun…

Read full review »
Grace_Dent

Grace Dent, Evening Standard

25 October 2013

The problem with making technology the main selling point of your dining establishment is that technology is a bitch. I placed my order at the self-service till and was given an empty cup to pour my own tea. I haven’t used a self-service tea point since I worked at Southwaite Service Station on the M6 while at school…

Read full review »
Time_out

Tania Ballantine, Time Out

4 October 2013

This once-gloomy site (formerly the Alphabet Bar) now features sunshine yellow walls and semi-industrial stylings (white ‘brick’ tiles, open kitchen, dark woods): all very predictable. But the kitchen is where Grillshack shows its evil genius…

Read full review »
andy_lynes

Andy Lynes, Metro

3 October 2013

Then there’s the ordering system. You could tell a living human being at the counter what you want to eat but its not the 20th century any more. Download the app and, with a few jabs at your smartphone, you’ve ordered and paid and the food and drink appear at your table as if by magic. Very neat. Apart from a thin, grey rump steak that looks like a piece of carpet underlay, the food, including a top-notch burger, is very good…

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Tracey MacLeod, The Independent

28 September 2013

As much as I wanted to hate Grillshack, and denounce it as the end of days for independent restaurants in Soho, I couldn’t. I’ve seen the future and it works. And it’s doubtless coming to a high street near you soon…

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