Minimalist decor and chalk blackboards greet you when you walk into this restaurant.
The lamb with sweet potato and broccoli was lovely; perfectly cooked and just the right portion size I felt as it left some room for dessert.
The flavour of the veal chop was complemented by the sweetness from the shallots and the salty and herby notes from the anchovy butter and sage.
It was a lovely touch to have the desserts listed on a chalk board, as it means there is a possibility of new desserts to try the next time you visit.
The apple and quince crumble was good, but would have liked the quince to be a bit stronger in flavour (ie. add more!) as it has a similar taste to guava.
The other desserts we tried were a chocolate terrine & amaretto ice cream, and an almond & rhubarb tart. The chocolate terrine was divine; however, the almond tart was slightly tart still (ie. a bit more sugar needed adding when cooking the rhubarb).
Tables are quite close together and it was a bit nippy near the door as people were constantly walking in; so try and get one of the tables further in or near the bar area.
Pleasant staff and service, and nice comforting food. Would recommend visiting.
Can’t wait to visit their sister restaurant 8 Hoxton Square!
Twitter: @10GreekStreet @8HoxtonSquare
Sister restaurant of @10greekstreet, opening early 2014. 02077294232 email@example.com
Hoxton, London, N1 6NU