Review on Devonshire Terrace
Devonshire Terrace is a new venture from the team behind the renowned Admiral Codrington gastropub in Chelsea, this gargantuan 250-seater restaurant occupies a vast six-storey atrium near Liverpool Street station and spreads itself over four private dining rooms (each with its own balcony), as well as a bar and restaurant. Added to that, there's a huge all-year-heated terrace with views over the City.
Inside, deep-blue, red and duck egg colours contrast with Italian Carrera marble, polished stainless steel and zinc embellishments. Food is an all-day affair, with brasserie staples, sharing platters and more eclectic offerings all living happily together on the keenly priced menu. Starters such as yellow fin tuna tartare with crispy shallots or grilled white asparagus with warm poached egg and truffle vinaigrette sit alongside salads (from Caesar to warm octopus with confit tomatoes and chorizo), risotto, pasta and lobster club sandwiches.
Fish and meat mains are offered with a clutch of sauces from lime and chilli to Muscat and Stinking Bishop cheese, which could paired with, say, salmon fishcakes or Limousin veal chop on the bone. Chocolate fondant with honeycomb ice cream is a typical dessert and there's a lively choices of wines by the glass.
Devonshire Terrace is also featured in: Michelin Guide, HardensRate this Restaurant
Restaurant Opening Times
Breakfast: 8.00am through until
Dinner: 11.00pm Mon-Sun
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card