Reform Social & Grill Oxford Street
Reform Social and Grill was inspired by classic British gentlemen’s clubs for both the restaurant’s interior design and food and drink menus. The venue offers an informal yet sophisticated experience with quality at the fore and this is demonstrated in its extensive British-inspired menu.
Reform Social & Grill is perfectly located for neighbourhood residents and shoppers enjoying the chic Marylebone High Street and Bond Street stores.
The restaurant serves breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch and afternoon tea as well as dinner.
This all-day dining menu serves classic British fare using the finest ingredients sourced from around the British Isles. Starters include a Pheasant Scotch Egg, Mrs Kirkham’s cheese and onion tart or salads such as Salt Baked Beetroot with Easter Egg radish and Golden Cross goat’s cheese. Main courses include the ‘Catch of the Day’ such as a day boat caught plaice served with Morecambe Bay shrimp and parsley butter and items from the charcoal grill, including a Double Cut Porterhouse with smoked bone marrow for two. Other mains include Lamb Cutlets Reform served with wild garlic and Hanger steak served with Hertfordshire snails. A selection of desserts include Yorkshire rhubarb fool with ginger and thyme shortbread and Eccles cakes with Lancashire ‘black bomb’. Afternoon tea, another British stalwart, is also available.
Reform Social and Grill’s bar serves some of the most interesting bar snacks in London. These include duck faggots with game chips, crispy lamb bacon with mint jelly, beef burgers made with Welsh Wagyu beef and Isle of Wight tomatoes on toast. The cocktail list naturally includes British classics made with some of the finest spirits distilled in the UK from both established brands and up-and-coming artisanal small batch producers.
Reform Social and Grill is the perfect location to enjoy the best of British.
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