Grain Store specialises in vegetable-centric cooking which, while not fully vegetarian, puts the vegetables in the foreground of the meal. The food’s centred around French and Italian cuisine, but jumps around the world, so you might get some labneh in one dish or coconut chutney in another. The quality of the food’s very good, and Grain Store is the kind of grown-up, trendy restaurant that’ll sort a group dinner or brunch in a pinch.
Grain Store is permanently closed.
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