Restaurant 1701 - Bevis Marks reviews
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Address: Bevis Marks Synagogue, Bevis Marks, London EC3A 5DQ

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7621 1701

Kosher restaurant in the grounds of Britain’s oldest synagogue, Bevis Marks in the City. Head chef Oren Goldfeld, formerly at Nopi, runs the kitchen.

Latest reviews of Restaurant 1701

STEVE

Steve Dinneen, City A.M.

18 September 2013

This is a cracking little restaurant, whether you’re on the lookout for kosher food or not (if you just stumbled in, you could easily fail to notice)…

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davidsexton

David Sexton, Evening Standard

25 July 2013

Though the place is effectively a lean-to against the wall of the synagogue, it’s been modishly designed and feels luxurious (…) Palau Kabuli, an adaptation of an Afghan-Jewish recipe, was (…) a nicely pink piece of fried duck breast with some little cubes of confit duck leg around it, on top of a risotto flavoured with nettle and given crunch by some wild rice puffed up into the equivalent of popcorn…

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Tracey MacLeod, The Independent

22 June 2013

It’s unexpected, but rather delightful, to find ancient dietary laws producing not limitation, but open-minded, adventurous cuisine. (…) Restaurant 1701 deserves to be sought out by the foodish, as well as the Jewish…

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What the Critics say

STEVE

Steve Dinneen, City A.M.

18 September 2013

This is a cracking little restaurant, whether you’re on the lookout for kosher food or not (if you just stumbled in, you could easily fail to notice)…

Read full review »
davidsexton

David Sexton, Evening Standard

25 July 2013

Though the place is effectively a lean-to against the wall of the synagogue, it’s been modishly designed and feels luxurious (…) Palau Kabuli, an adaptation of an Afghan-Jewish recipe, was (…) a nicely pink piece of fried duck breast with some little cubes of confit duck leg around it, on top of a risotto flavoured with nettle and given crunch by some wild rice puffed up into the equivalent of popcorn…

Read full review »
The_Independent

Tracey MacLeod, The Independent

22 June 2013

It’s unexpected, but rather delightful, to find ancient dietary laws producing not limitation, but open-minded, adventurous cuisine. (…) Restaurant 1701 deserves to be sought out by the foodish, as well as the Jewish…

Read full review »