The place has a nice terrace to eat and good food selection. Inside it has a restaurant area at the end, which is quite big. Please note that here there is a dj, so for me, it can be a bit too noisy, but you may like it. The place also has a bar area less noisy at the entrance. I would go back again. More...
Went here with 9 friends for my birthday. Drag n Dine night. Entertainment amazing, staff fantastic especially Stuart and food out of this world. Definitely recommend.
Great bottomless bring. Waitress was 10/10
This was so much better than I’ve given it credit for in passing. Case in point - security’s request for us to move inside was “30 minutes; ten minutes, 5, 2, gents would you mind; I’ll give you a hand with your drinks”. No hassle, no fuss. Made for a very very chilled out night. Pleasant surprise; will be back for sure More...
I meet friends here for a Sunday roast this weekend and everybody working at the venue was really attentive and friendly.
Lauren Hope McIntosh
Amazing for girls or group brunch ! We loved it !!
Amazing show and great food
Nice food. It's fun!
Very busy on Sat night, liked the ambiente but couldn't eat as booked out
The restaurant and bar is simply amazing! The outside area is great for a nice glass of wine (it is like a huge garden). The only thing I would say need some improvement is the service at the bar - could a bit faster. Apart from that the feedback is very positive. I recommend More...
All I can say is that all the waters can't do enough for you, would recommend it and will be going back as the food is good.
Perfect upbeat brunch!
This will always be one of my fav spots to come to. I just love the venue itself let alone the food..Lovely space and good food. Perfect for brunch and summer time! More...
A little gem in London Fields - I really like the way this place is lit and furnished. Good selection of drinks and food.
My second time here. This was a brilliant place for a boozy brunch. Staff kept the drinks flowing consistently and food was ace. Would recommend for a birthday (we had a table of 15+ and it was managed perfectly) More...
Nice decor & space, good vibes, my food was nice but not amazing - staff friendly, but brunch service a bit sluggish unfortunately. A stones throw from London Fields and Broadway Market. Cool outside space which would be good in the summer / warmer months :) More...
Came for the Friday night dine and drag and it was EVERYTHING! Such great entertain and the food was delish!
Consistently good. This venue has been variable over the years but now firmly on the right track. Always a great looking venue and now solid for food, drinks and service. Keep it up guys!
Very cute brunch spot in hackney. The food was delightful and the garden is so pretty. We did the bottomless brunch on a summers morning and found that it was great value for money. The inside is lovely too if you fancy it in the winter. More...
This gem is a little hideaway
We had babies, dogs and a big group of adults - the service staff were exceptional. In particular, Wiktor went above and beyond to help (including the next day when he helped facilitate getting some items we left back to us via an uber)! Thank you Wiktor!
Dog friendly with good atmosphere and friendly staff
The perfect place for a coffee and meeting. Chilled vibe, great decor, attentive yet laid back staff. Will definitely be back at every opportunity!
The food is lovely and the vibe is brilliant ... love a girl's night out here!
Lovely space, very bright and plant-y. Melissa in reservations was great at dealing with our booking!
Such an amazing place to hang out.Food is incredible as well!
Great drag and dine night. Lovely place.
Great place for a lazy Sunday roast. Chilled atmosphere, polite staff, delicious food and great prices.
Great decor and seating space. Good tea. Music is a bit too loud for conversations and they couldn't accommodate me hence the 4 stars.
Jason & Dawn Kedzuch
Loved the warm pumpkin salad. Modern interior and nice vibe.
Appetizers were good, I had the soup and I enjoyed it. The mains was good too, succulent turkey. The Panna cotta I was a bit disappointed with.Great atmosphere and would go back again for sure More...
It was really busy when we turned up for a late roast but the staff, though surprisingly casually dressed, were really accommodating. We ended up sitting outside which is a really nice space with big heaters so we weren’t cold at all. The roasts were all fab. The porchetta was fatty but it’s pork belly so to be expected. The sides were good and the gravy too. The beef was really nice and pink. I ordered a kids portion which was plenty of food and half the price with a cauliflower cheese which was massive. The wine was also good. I’m informed the bottomless brunch here is also great and I’m looking forward to trying it. Overall I don’t have a bad word to say about this place More...
Delicious vegan roast, fab cocktails, and a great attentive smiling service - what more can you ask for? ☺ Thanks guys!
I had the best time here! The Sunday roast was amazing, and despite being a big group, the staff were super friendly and patient, even though we all paid separately! Seriously the nicest staff ever, it really made the day. Extra special mention to Victor, who took time out from the busy restaurant to help me carry a birthday cake to the other side of the restaurant, making sure the candles didn’t go out AND then bringing us plates and cutlery. He is a superstar! Also to the other lady who was looking after us whose name I didn’t get - so helpful and lovely. We love you guys and will be coming back! Thanks for being so accommodating and making our friends birthday absolutely perfect. More...
Beautifull hidden garden. Felt at home on a Sunday where only being in bed was an option... and the sunday roast, delicious!
We frequent this restaurant even though the service is hit and miss, but usually a hit. We appreciate the food, drinks and lovely atmosphere. Plus my Chihuahua is always welcome! Would definitely recommend :) More...
Nice place that is tucked away yet beautiful. I came at an odd hour and just had some snacks and tea, but the atmosphere inspired me to stay and get some work done. Grab a table outside if you can nab it, and enjoy the scenery and great music selection. More...
Wringer and Mangle, Hackney - it is common that I can not easily decide what to order, but being for the reason being I want every single dish on the menu is very rare. We bought a Timeout meal deal for £15.00 which includes two dishes and a cocktail; any extra orders were to be charged accordingly. After being comfortably seated at the table with our cocktails, we were given the dinner menu and I was in a quandary. Wringer and Mangle had a good menu. Food presentation was clean and had a rustic nature to it. The style of plating is a minimalist approach with less than five main ingredients on the plate. Portions were generous. I wished I had room to savour their desserts. But when I was in the quandary upon ordering, their desserts did not sound appealing. Having said that, I was not disappointed with not having any desserts but the tiniest bit of me did wish I could have a spoonful. pea, ham hock and tarragon - The dish looked more like a mediocre affair but wow, when I had that first spoonful, I felt it was good honest cooking. Well balanced flavours, subtly sweet peas with the slight aniseed flavour from the tarragon, I thought it was ace! The ham hock was generous as well. artichokes, fennel, grapefruit - this dish was strange. It felt like an experimentation of flavours. It was either that or I just don't understand vegetarianism or raw food concept. The artichokes and fennel were raw and shaved thinly. The flavour left a bitterness on the palate. Garnished with that rocket on top, was an added bitterness that the dish did not need. The fennel also tasted a bit old and seemed slightly shrivelled.salt beef, french beans and shallots - salt beef is not a dish that I have had often before but this dish made me want to make it at home! The meat was so tender I had to grab the waitress and demand the recipe from the chef. Slightly exaggerating about my action, but I did politely ask for the recipe. pan fried cod with courgettes and tomatoes - the cod fillet looked generous and eye catching against those vibrant red cherry tomatoes. It was very well cooked with the very much expected crispy skin and flaky fish meat balanced perfectly with its seasoning. The vegetables around it were accommodated well with the fish. Needless to say after the glowing review of their savoury dishes, I'd highly recommend Wringer and Mangle. The restaurant is suitable for both large groups or romantic dining for two. The high ceiling gave a sense of space and the restaurant felt airy. It has different sections that make it suitable for many occasions. The dining room towards the back of the restaurant feels like a greenhouse in a private residence. The middle section with a view to the kitchen is more casual with high dining table and chairs. The front is very relaxing furnished with large sofas perfect for cocktails. It is a charming restaurant nestled in the London Fields neighbourhood.Wringer and Mangle serves home cooked British food. Starters were an average of £7.50, main dishes at £15.00 and desserts are at £6.50. There are offers for cocktails and also bottomless brunch on weekends. I say that it is worth looking out for. Wringer and Mangler dishes are the restaurant kinda food that inspires my home cooking. More...
Hidden off a side street off London Fields station. From the outside you would never expect such a cool rustic spacious restaurant filled with a lovely mix and match of rustic furniture. It almost like an old warehouse converted into a studio house with its quirky decor of old furniture, from a brown leather gym bench, old cabinets to a random typewriter. This was all mixed in with a mix of potted plants in all sorts of pots and empty ones too just to fill in the gap. Lovely exposed high ceiling and dangling down were LED filament bulbs and some under rustic metal lamp shades. Tables were made of simple solid planks of wood lined together and you can either choose to be against the wall on a long stretch of cushioned bench or in the centre in your own space. More choice of seating around the bar area too. The large space means sounds drowns out allowing you to enjoy conversations next to you. There is nice music in the background too, not too intrusive. Plug sockets available to welcome laptop users. Upon entering, is a lovely alfresco dining area of sofas and cushions, surrounded by lovely potted plants and growing vines along the trellis. Give it another year and I see this place turning into a little outside garden.Duck and pork sausage roll.These were insanely good. The filling was coarse and unprocessed allowing you enjoy the full textures and flavours of the meat. It was incredibly juicy, mixed in with cranberries for a rich sweetness against the savoury duck and pork. This was all wrapped round a lovely buttery pastry that was light and flakey. Came with salsa to add moisture as well as a nice refreshing taste from the tomatoes.Pearl barley and watercress risottoThe answer to comfort food without fearing the the calories. It had a lovely bite to it with all the individual pearl barley cooked to al dente. The creaminess was reproduced by puréed greens, strong notes of lemon throughout, light flavours and nice onions in there for a bit of textural contrast and taste. I added a bit more black pepper in there for a kick and although written down as a main, it became a healthy side dish for our upcoming mains rather then going for the hand cut chipsPork cheeks, mash and cabbage. I couldn't fault this Pork like I never had it before, almost like the texture of beef flank, full of bounce and still keeping a bite to it without being gristly. It was rich in flavours of wine and the herbs it had been braising in. The perfect creamy buttery mash to accompany it and a delicious bed of sautéed cabbages adding another level of sweetness that words cannot describe. Everything held onto its moisture creating its own lovely gravy underneath. It was THAT good.Spatchcock baby chicken. This seemed like a joke to be charging £16 for something that doesn't even take up a quarter of the plate its served in. But it was a fine grilled chicken, beautifully tender and lean. The meat was sweet, accentuated by the lovely cafe de Paris sauce which is a mixture of herbs that includes onions, chives, garlic, parsley and thyme . Nice garnish of watercress to break it up a little and to refresh the palate. Maybe reduce the price a little or add a side?Rhubarb trifle.Don't let the sourness of rhubarb put you off this amazing dessert as there was no hint of tartness at all. It was as if every layer was made to fit in with each other to create the perfect harmony and balance. First topped with a lovely buttery crumble into heavy cream before diving into a pool of sliced sweet and zesty stewed rhubarb for a bit of bite too, all wrapped in a more milky runny custard rich in real vanilla extracts to wrap it all up. The combination of flavours and texture kept the dish exciting and fresh. An excellent finish to the meal.Lemon custard, shortbread and passion fruit. At first I found the shortbread base quite hard and fiddly to break apart to enjoy with the creamy lemony custard. But after some time I realised that it was a great combination as it didn't just crumble away which would have distracted the lovely smooth consistency of the custard itself. The lemon flavours were light so you could taste the yolkiness of the custard but enough to take the heaviness away with its slight zest. I personally found the seeds of the passion fruit quite distracting, although I did enjoy the sweeter zingy contrast. A purée would have worked better.There isn't much to fault about Wringler and Mangle. The food doesn't come cheap here but quality of ingredients, flavours and the atmosphere makes it well worth it. Service is charming and very relaxed, maybe too relaxed that it took them 10 minutes to realise that I had stepped into the restaurant. But the service for the meal made up for it with their lovely recommendations and friendliness. Not many places caters for laptop users but they promote it and you can even just hang around with a hot drink for hours if you want, the place is pretty big. We will definitely be back soon. More...
First time I came here, it did have a "wow" effect on me. Huge industrial space, very well decorated, with a pretty cool Moroccan-looking terrace in front, & heated! I've heard this entire building used to be a nightlife spot, and I totally get why. Love it! The first part of the venue is pretty laid-back, with sofas & high tables, parfait to sip one or more Tom Collins cocktails with your mates! Lucky us, saturday night was DJ night...and oh my that tattooed lady behind the decks spinned some lovely groovy oldschool tunes.But at the back, W&M is also a british restaurant, and that's what we wanted to test yesterday night...Menu doesn't offer a ton of choice, which is always a good sign to be honest. I went for the ribeye 10z with peppercorn sauce et hand-cut fries. Medium-rare and very tender, only wish I had a few more fries ;) The darling went for the baby-chicken, light and fresh, the side watercress was very tasty as well, very great stuff...oh, I shouldn't forget the wine, an Argentinian Malbec...great price/quality ratio. All in all, we had a great experience here, staff is cool, service was good, meal tasted nice...but the entire evening ended up being slightly too pricey if I'm being totally honest here..Nearly 80£ for 2 mains and 1 bottle of wine :( Anyways, we'll definitely be back here, for some drinks, but also to try their Sunday Roast! More...
Amazing London Fields warehouse turned into a lovely bar, restaurant and tea room. The vibe is co-working space meets café, the clientele is cool and the team is lovely. Go in for the East End's only afternoon tea served in vintage cups, an incredible selection of teas and yummy home-made baking goods. 5 stars! More...