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We are a modern Asian restaurant headed by former Nopi sous chef Francis Puyat. We have dazzled industry and corporate clients including, the Nation Film Awards, Ayima, Amazon, the Cyprus Tourist Organisation and Hoxton Town Hall. We are comfortable serving traditional British fair as well as Asian delicacies. We can provide a full cocktail bar service as well waiting service.

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Kalle Uusitalo

6 September 2019

The quality of food has improved over the years dramatically, and the cuisine 100 Hoxton offers now under the new kitchen magicians is just simply next level. I'm not a big fan of sea food in general, but every dish here is pure succulence (shout out to Pork Belly and Kilawin). All this washed down with great cocktails from Lukas & the bar staff, all served by great staff. 11/10 will definitely visit again, only to leave feeling full and satisfied every time. More...

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Kevin Ualat Dela Cruz

6 September 2019

Good food and reasonable price with friendly staff

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Jordan Charalampous

3 September 2019

Really good food and cocktails, enjoyed the old fashioned, and good for vegans as well, varied option, okay price, funky unique restaurant, good service, and very well located. Just about a 5.

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Safe-T Group

1 September 2019

Amazing food and such intense flavours. Would highly recommend!

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A M

31 August 2019

Excellent restaurant !

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vardaan kohli

30 August 2019

Great food full of exquisite flavours and the freshest ingredients! fantastic brunch menu and super refreshing aperol slushies!

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Marcos Llorente

30 August 2019

Lovely continental restaurant in Hoxton, trendy and shick, good cocktails as well, long time established, decent price, good for after work drinks/dates, good food.

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Neil Francis

30 August 2019

Hidden local gem - authentic and delicious food, attentive yet informal service, great value for money. And the wine list is on point.

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Huw Trevor

23 August 2019

Delicious food and cocktails, thanks for having us, team Rapsa!

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Tania Poblete

23 August 2019

Had a delicious dinner there last week. My group enjoyed an array of small plates, the sisig and lechon went down a storm, and as a Filipino vegetarian, was happy to see a creative take on dinuguan! Not just tasty food, but Filipino beer, and great cocktails and ice cream on offer too. Will be back with my mum! More...

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Kafil Din

23 August 2019

Brilliant food and great sevice

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Komi Verma

16 August 2019

I had stumbled on Rapsa after Googling 'Buko ice-cream' and then found that their whole menu sounded delish, so I dragged my friends there. We were impressed with every dish. I have various dietary requirements and honestly, it's so good to eat somewhere and know that every dish you will not only enjoy but won't suffer afterwards for it. We ordered the scallops, Ukoy fritters, pork sisig, the pork belly, Ginataan Coconut Pumpkin Curry and the Pandanmania buko ice cream. Our service was top notch, the waitress was very keen to make her recommendations and what's more, it was a Friday night, just a stone's throw from Hoxton Sq and not even busy. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and I will be returning! More...

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Kirill Kogan

6 August 2019

Chef Francis and his team really bring it. Dope place!

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Jane Rubinshteyn

6 August 2019

Delicious brunch with a twist. Must try the cured salmon

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Jacqueline C.

3 July 2019

If you're looking for a refreshing and creative brunch spot then 100 Hoxton is the place to be. The brunch menu is Asian fusion inspired and creative so you won't find your usual English Breakfast here. My friend and I both got the Big Breakfast and it's a lot packed on a plate. It comes with two fried eggs, onion hash, pork belly croquette, mushrooms, avocado salsa, and sour dough bread. All of these things put on a plate made for a yummy and satisfying brunch. Also, all of this was for £11 which I thought was pretty decent considering how much there was! The brunch here is something I'll keep coming back for! More...

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James Lambert

11 May 2019

Great brunch, with good food and nice drinks. Highly recommended. Service was superb!!

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Eva Levy

6 May 2019

Perfectly delicious

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Octavia Griffiths

4 May 2019

The food was unreal! The cocktails were also very yummy. Came here on a TimeOut deal and so glad we did. Particularly recommend the ceviche dishes! Also the portion sizes are huge for tapas! More...

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Jack M

18 April 2019

really enjoyed the new Philipino/British fusion menu. soft shell crab was delicious. great lychee cocktails too.

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Pascal Miller

18 April 2019

Very good place for lunch! Absolutely delicious. Generous servings and nice atmosphere. Seating outside is absolutely delightful on a sunny day. Took a little long for us to get our food because it was packed full of eager customers! More...

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Jaime Ortiz

18 April 2019

This is one of the best brunches I've had in some time. Combining good old English breakfast with nice, innovative, Asian-induced twists. Decent prices and really welcoming staff. Highly recommended, just a bit further out from downtown. More...

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FionnC

19 March 2019

All good except the slight attitude of the manager, not friendly. Other staff lovely. Music cool. Ambience cool. Well made cocktails, Time out offer has restrictions leaving pretty much a vegetarian menu other than a couple dishes. This is not mentioned on the offer. Over heard table next to us talking about the manager "does he want us to leave?". More...

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Arthi Rangaraj

18 January 2019

Quite an interesting brunch menu. I decided to put it to the vegetarian test. Surprisingly it was great. Never knew fried onions could taste that good. We also tried their classic big breakfast and it was equally delicious. Good food for a good price and walkable from the hoxton station. Tried their detox beverages - carrot ginger something which was super fresh. Overall def recommended!! More...

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Nicole S.

7 August 2017

This is a brunch review. As a New Yorker my brunch standards are high. 100 Hoxton has gotten creative with the menu while still keeping the brunch theme going - the variations on the normal brunch are refreshing and delicious! We got the cured salmon and the croquette - both were amazing. They also do a bottomless brunch for £32 which we didn't try but it's an excellent option. Given the good food and proximity to my flat, this is going to be a regular spot for sure. More...

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Sanjana H.

3 December 2016

So excited to have found this gem. Have lived in Hoxton a couple months now and have been trying out new places but so far this is probably my favorite! Really delicious and well presented food. You can see the effort and attention to detail in every dish. Also has the most amazing cocktails! Their signature cocktail 100 Hoxton is something I know I'll keep going back for and their negroni is pretty special too. The one dish that is an absolute must try is the carrot salad. Even my friends that usually never order vegetarian food loved it so much that we had to get a second plate. The whole experience made me very happy and I'm sure I'll be back very soon. More...

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Janine L.

16 October 2016

Das Essen war wahnsinnig gut! Wird quasi als Tapas serviert und kann wunderbar geteilt werden. Sehr sehr lecker und würde ich jederzeit wieder gehen.

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Jennifer S.

5 March 2016

Delicious veg food and excellent portions! Win!!!I paused to look at the menu here en route to Howl at the Moon for ciders. I came back after as I liked the interesting-sounding veg options. I give major props to the kitchen on a busy Thursday night for packing away two generous portions in the takeaway containers I brought with me. I got the burnt eggplant salad, toasted coconut, hazelnut, apple, beetroot, cherry tomato. The eggplant was perfect- not too mushy- with a great roasted flavour about three full slices. The dressing was also lovely playing well off the ingredients. The second main was roast butternut, sumac, feta, quinoa, avocado, chili yoghurt, coriander seeds. Man, this was even tastier, with the yoghurt having just the perfect kick. Creamy avocado + feta + quinoa. Absolutely delicious. For 7 and 8 pounds respectively, and the generous portions, I would defo return. The other veg (main) options: chargrilled broccoli, fried garlic, chili, feta, preserved lemon and quinoa and sweet potato salad, date pickle, walnut salsa, preserved lime yoghurt, sound intriguing and at 7 pounds each are in my price range. Lots of seafood mains and meat options as well, ranging from 9 pound to 12 pounds. Well done! More...

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Bels T.

22 February 2016

I think this restaurant is great!! The food was delicious. We were in a big group and ordered a big selection of food. Absolutely delicious. I had the soft shell crab but also really enjoyed the sweet potato and everything else on offer. Very pleasant Sauvignon as well More...

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Nadia L.

21 November 2015

yum! delicious beautiful food in a non-pretentious place! We showed up on a Friday evening without a reservation and crossed our fingers... we lucked out and got a table! The atmosphere is very casual and laid back, with a nice bar centred in the middle of it and patio-style tables and chairs (but the NICE kind of patio furniture ;)). The portions are a little bigger than tapas and for 2 people, they recommended 4-5 of the plates. We got the octopus, pork belly, soft shell crab, and steak. The first 3 were around £9-12 while the steak was £25. VERY impressed by the pork belly -- absolutely delicious, soft on one side and crispy on the other, the soft shell crab was amazingly spiced (singaporean style), the octopus was good but lacked a LITTLE bit of salt, and I wasn't overly impressed by the steak though. All in all with a good bottle of red wine, the bill came out to about £96. The service was fantastic and they made sure we were happy at all times. I hear their Sunday (Asian fused) roasts are amazing... can't wait to try it out! More...

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Emy H.

4 November 2015

Amazing brunch spot. I came here randomly on a Sunday, frustrated by the insanely long queue at the Breakfast club. This place exceeded all of my expectations: one of the brest brunch I had in London! The Burnt eggplant salad and the sunday roasts (especially the stuffed portobello one) were to die for! Plus, the staff is super friendly, what a gem! Will be coming back here over and over again. More...

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Jade C.

11 October 2015

Great little brunch spot!The Big Breakfast was sizeable and includes a delicious piece of pork belly and a spring onion has - delicious. The croquette was also amazing.Fresh juices to please all tastes.Very impressed - great start to a Sunday :) More...

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Minnie M.

12 August 2015

Love love love the 100 Hoxton Big Breakfast with pork belly, spring onion hash, fried eggs, tomato & avocado salsa, mushrooms (NOT RUBBERY HALLELUJAH), toast, jalapeno dressing for £9.5. Such a great value, and lasts the entire day. Also appreciate that it's different than your typical breakfast platter. More...

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Megan S.

4 July 2015

On the hottest day of the year, there was plenty of space outside at this sexy little bar and restaurant. Perfect for cocktails after work! Especially as the first cocktail I had, the Ginger Stepson, was icily refreshing - definitely recommended. My second one was the Shiso and Lemongrass Martini - also nice but very alcohol-y - seemed to evaporate in my mouth!Hot tip: happy hour is until 7 and cocktails are two for one, which makes them £4 each.Another thing to note is that currently their website is outdated, so the cocktail menu was a bit different when I was there than you can find online. I didn't eat here, though looking over at the table next to us I kind of wish I had. More...

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Phoebe L.

19 January 2015

One of the best coffees that I have had in London. And fresh orange juice. Mad large roast lunches. Big delicious full english/veg breaky. Great staff. And really excellent cocktails. I can't think of anything else that you really need? The bathrooms are nice?The menu is a cross between asian influence with a dash of english. Think burnt eggplant and coconut salad and old school really well seasoned with herbs and fresh english flavours. And they like a dash of chilli in a lot of things. If I was you I would book in a table on sunday, block out 3-4hrs, grab your 'yes' friends and sit back and have a feast session starting with a bloody mary, blood orange juice and the martini with lillet blanc. Oh yeah and the interior looks great.Not really much more to say other than book now. More...

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Sunny K.

17 January 2015

I think the menu has changed recently as not many of the items described below were available. The quality of the food is undeniable and presentation was brilliant. I would say that something was missing for me in 'kapow' flavour though, especially considering it's described as fusion. The doughnuts we got for the table were my favourite, served with a thick chocolate sauce and berry coulis.  I'd requested fresh orange juice and it first came chock-full of ice.  It being a freezing day, I apologised and asked if I could have the ice removed and they were really gracious about it.  Conveniently this doubled the volume of the juice after taking the excessive ice out! The staff were friendly and made us feel looked after. I'd say they were slow with little things: milk for the coffee, pepper for the potatoes - but overall they're doing a great job.  I would come back as I think it's a cool spot for this area of Hoxton which still looks overly inner-city.  Keep it up! More...

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Nerissa P.

11 August 2014

Walked pass and poo pooed the menu many times, until last weekend brunch. I am so sorry I didn't give them a chance before! I must be mad! Delicious full breakfast, the spring onion hash brown! The fried pork! Two eggs as standard! And coffee pancakes (took all my will power not to lick up the left over syrup!) Be still my beating heart! Going back soon for 2 4 £10 cocktails... More...

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Caren H.

19 July 2014

This place is pretty awesome.  Tucked away in a more quiet space of Hoxton/Shoreditch, it has a hip vibe with an industrial feel and a nice looking bar set in the center of the place.  It is small and buzzing although it wasn't fully filled on a Friday which is worrisome. The cocktails were great and the food was amazing.  Small plates of course, but bursting with flavor and interesting combos.  Guess the guy worked at Ottolenghi so you can see the favor combo influences, especially on the veg dishes.  We had an amazing beetroot flatbread, cauliflower fritters, a duck dish which was killer.  Everything we ate (and there were more than just what is on this list) was really really good.  A new fave indeed. More...

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Sam Y.

20 June 2014

As I'm writing this, I don't have a Yelp account. But I am creating one just to write a review for 100 Hoxton. What a fantastic restaurant. I was alone so I only got to try the Burnt Eggplant Salad and the Spiced Plum Clafoutis, but the menu is perfectly designed for sharing. I'll have to bring my friends back. That said, the rest of the reviews were spot on--the food tasted great, was well presented, and I would recommend that you indulge in some cocktails. I arrived in time for their 2-for-10 deal, so I tried their lemongrass cocktail and their prosecco/rum cocktail. Both were delicious. Definitely stop by if you're visiting! More...

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John D M.

15 June 2014

Enjoyed a lovely Saturday evening here last week, we arrived at 6.55 for our 7pm table and were kindly offered the chance to take advantage of the last minutes of happy hour and order 2 cocktails for a tenner (the "rum prosecco" and "passion fruit" ones are delicious). We ordered several dishes (the best of these were the cauliflower pakora - we ordered extra!) and the surf and turf as a main, which was a generous portion of rump steak, prawns and scallops. Get a seat by the window and you will have a lovely time here! More...

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