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The Refinery at New Street Square

Words by Marvin Maddix

 

 

The Refinery at New Street Square is the perfect after work location for city goers looking for a place to drink and eat. Part of the Drake and Morgan collective, The Refinery, New square street is just one of the contemporary bars and restaurants offered by the premium location collective.

Open for anything you might need on a break from the office or just looking for a stopping zone, the menu here is broad serving an excellent breakfast, snacks, lunch or dinner nestled in its cool atmosphere. The food really is a staple to British tastes and influences but fuses an international palette also, from its Wagyu Burger to the ravenous Thai Coconut Curry.

For those looking for a healthier option you can grab those here too, The Refinery offers a varied selection of salads and its Halloumi Burger with hummus, red pepper and flat mushrooms. After all the food, dive into their selection of unique and inspiring cocktails and wines. There is a certain cool sophistication about this place, the music and ambience isn’t for everyone as it really isn’t a quiet crowd but The Refinery have done well with their seating arrangement on the mezzanine level and corner seating to offer privacy.

For what is on offer here, Location and quality of food and beverage, the Refinery isn’t bad at all. Plates range between £8 and £20 if you decide to go for the steak option.

 

To book  call 020 7842 0750 open from Monday – Wednesday 7:30am till 11:00pm, Thursday & Friday 7:30am till 11:00pm,  Saturday & Sunday available for private hire. Kitchen closes at 10:00pm

The Refinery New Street Square, 12 New Street Square, London, EC4A 3BF

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