You may be familiar with Dirty Bones. Their first restaurant opened on High St Kensington and the second in Kingly Court, just off of Carnaby Street. Which are both great locations. They’ve now added to their roster a third home in Shoreditch in an incredible listed building with some original features like the beautiful bar. Claire and I popped by to give their brunch menu a try and it sure didn’t disappoint. Prepare to feel hungry, I apologise in advance and then advise you book up a table for a boozy brunch this weekend.
Without further ado I ordered the Shoreditch crumpet with avocado, which came with chunky goats’ cheese, avocado and garlic guacamole with a spicy sriracha drizzle. Claire opted for the beetroot-cured salmon toast, which came with homemade goats’ cream cheese served on toasted San Francisco sourdough. After that we shared bourbon poached pear and banola; Slow-cooked Scottish oat & flaxseed granola, thick set Greek yogurt, sweetened with roast banana purée, Bourbon poached pear and honey. Our waiter also insisted that we tried the cheesy chipotle beans, which I likewise insist that you try too, they were good!
Having breakfast/brunch out is a real little luxury that I really love! You also can’t beat having good food, and good company along with a rather photo friendly location. Dirty Bones I shall see you again very soon!