Rochelle Canteen
Cuisine: Modern European
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Address: Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, London E2 7ES

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7729 5677

Modern European food with a focus on nose to tail eating and a compact menu which changes daily.  The restaurant is housed in a converted old School bike shed. Tables are set outside in good weather.

Latest reviews of Rochelle Canteen

Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

19 July 2012

Food is excellent: dishes are flavoursome and every ingredient counts: (…) skate wing with monk’s beard – an Italian vegetable that looks like chive and tastes like spinach – was equally satisfying and flavoursome…

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Tim Hayward

Tim Hayward, Financial Times

5 May 2012

There are flashes of brilliance in the food at the Rochelle Canteen, though there are some rough edges. It’s to the advantage of a place like this that it’s there for the duration, so there’s the time and the will to polish things to perfection…

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Grace_Dent

Grace Dent, Evening Standard

14 October 2011

The food is staggeringly good. The Celeriac Soup was the queen of comfort foods, I’d like a daily flagon delivered to my house. After a week in taste-bud wilderness, a bowl of tender lamb with turnips restored my faith in knives and forks…

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Terry Durack, The Independent

22 October 2006

A big, thick raft of grilled sourdough is slathered with an autumn-brown jumble of buttery, fleshy ceps (master race of the fungi world), parasol-pretty chanterelles, nutty girolles and their oozy, parsley-flecked juices (£7). The flavours keep on coming long after I get my seven quids’ worth…

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What the Critics say

Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

19 July 2012

Food is excellent: dishes are flavoursome and every ingredient counts: (…) skate wing with monk’s beard – an Italian vegetable that looks like chive and tastes like spinach – was equally satisfying and flavoursome…

Read full review »
Tim Hayward

Tim Hayward, Financial Times

5 May 2012

There are flashes of brilliance in the food at the Rochelle Canteen, though there are some rough edges. It’s to the advantage of a place like this that it’s there for the duration, so there’s the time and the will to polish things to perfection…

Read full review »
Grace_Dent

Grace Dent, Evening Standard

14 October 2011

The food is staggeringly good. The Celeriac Soup was the queen of comfort foods, I’d like a daily flagon delivered to my house. After a week in taste-bud wilderness, a bowl of tender lamb with turnips restored my faith in knives and forks…

Read full review »
The_Independent_Small_Logo

Terry Durack, The Independent

22 October 2006

A big, thick raft of grilled sourdough is slathered with an autumn-brown jumble of buttery, fleshy ceps (master race of the fungi world), parasol-pretty chanterelles, nutty girolles and their oozy, parsley-flecked juices (£7). The flavours keep on coming long after I get my seven quids’ worth…

Read full review »