All-day Aussie restaurant Granger & Co is clean, slightly refined, and 100% inoffensive for those breakfasts, brunches, lunches and dinners (yes, they do it all) when you need a place that’ll have something for everyone. They’ve got a few places in London, but this Clerkenwell branch is what happens if a mood board for design-conscious EC1 was magicked into life. There are big windows, lots of wood, tastefully bland art, and the kind of clientele that look like they stepped out of a Bang & Olufsen advert. It’s also the kind of place where everything from the prawn, XO and nduja fried rice, to the (excellent) crispy chicken burger, comes topped off with a big old handful of coriander. That means everything is zingy, fresh, and tastes a lot healthier than it probably is.
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Granger & Co. King’s Cross
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