St. JOHN is famous for its ‘nose to tail’ dining which encourages people to eat ‘unusual’ parts of the animal. St. JOHN also have their own bakery and winery and you can just visit for a drink and small bite in the bar (Clerkenwell and Spitalfields).
Website
stjohnrestaurant.com
Address
St. JOHN Restaurant, 26 St. John Street , London, United Kingdom
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