Bistro Mirey pops up in Islington’s The Charles Lamb with roasts and French cuisine

Bistro Mirey pops up in Islington’s The Charles Lamb with roasts and French cuisine

Yet more pop ups are coming to Islington; this time it’s Sunday roasts and French bistro fare, which will be landing in The Charles Lamb courtesy of Mirey’s.

The pop up, which previously ran for two months in Caledonian Road’s The Cuckoo N1, will be offering a tidy French-inspired menu to diners around Angel, with starters priced at around £6-9 and mains for £13-15. The menu is set to change every month, but some of the dishes you can expect include:

  • French onion soup, cantal croutons
  • Chicory, walnut and Roquefort salad
  • Bistro Mirey Steak Tartare with quail egg
  • Smoked haddock, champ potato, samphire beurre blanc
  • Wye valley duck breast, braised Puy lentils, kale and thyme jus
  • Dingley Dell Pork belly petit pois a la France

Plus for dessert, there’s a few handsome choices, including profiteroles with passion fruit cream and chocolate sauce, and glazed lemon tart.

Bistro Mirey is the result of a partnership between French Gerald Mirey and Japanese Ko Ito, who’ve teamed up to cook French cuisine using local ingredients, with the occasional global influence. "We're aiming to make The Charles Lamb the best local pub and bistro (and the best Sunday roast destination) in Angel," they said. 

They’ll be serving their bistro fare six days a week from Tuesdays to Sundays, with roasts on offer on Sundays until 9pm.

When: March - June

Where: The Charles Lamb, 16 Elia St, Islington, London N1 8DE

More information: Visit Mirey’s website or follow them on Instagram @mireysrestaurant and Twitter @mireysrestaurant.


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