Review: Islington Town House, Angel

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Out Of Office Magazine reviews The Islington Town House, a cosy pub built in the late 18th Century 

In Angel where Liverpool Road meets Chapel Market lies The Islington Town House, a self-proclaimed ‘after work de-stressing’ pub. 

The nooks and crannies of this place emphasise the age of the property and create a warm and intimate feel across three floors. 

It serves small plates and sharing dishes,  ranging from octopus carpaccio to pork chops and fries. Following a discussion with the highly knowledgeable server, a number of small dishes were brought out.  Their famous soufflé, raved about on Tripadvisor, is everything that its built up to be, with its perfectly cooked and the melt in the mouth texture it was the highlight of the meal.

Along with the soufflé, the baked camembert is another favourite on other review sites and again lives up to expectations. It’s provided with a selection of toasted ciabatta slices.

The steak tartare was also delicious, moist and went well with the crisp toast provide, while the octopus carpaccio was a fresh and zesty small side dish. 

What? A cosy pub in Angel offering up an extensive range of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails, as well as an interesting menu of small plates and sharing dishes.

Why choose The Islington Town House? If you’re looking for a pub for lunchtime or after work drinking and nibbling with charm and character, we’d certainly recommend giving it a try.

Cost: ££

The Islington Town House, 13 Liverpool Road, N1 0RW

0203 637 6424

www.islingtontownhouse.co.uk

 

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