Review on Boundary
Taking its name from the street where it lives, Boundary is Sir Terence Conran's first private venture since Bibendum in 1987, and it's a remarkable return to form - an ambitious project in a converted Victorian warehouse, comprising three restaurants and bars plus 17 bedrooms. As you might expect, the interior is a stunner, with work from over 50 artists, photographers and print makers on show.
The basement restaurant, Boundary, is pure Conran, with its grown-up decor, design trademarks and uncluttered Anglo-French menu. Charcuterie, roast joints and cheeses are served from trolleys, plateaux de fruits de mer are generous enough to share, and seasonal treats such as asparagus and game are promoted when available. Otherwise, expect escargots bourguignon, monkfish bourride, rack of lamb and braised pig's trotter with sweetbreads, plus date pudding and tarte Tatin for afters. The wine list is a 500-bin dazzler from artisan growers to aristocratic estates.
On the ground floor is Albion, a bakery/food store/café with retro looks, a retro Brit menu and doors opening out onto the street. A new Rooftop bar and grill also adds to Boundary's all-round allure.
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 3.00pm Sat, 12.00 - 4.00pm Sun
Dinner: 6.30 - 10.30pm Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express