Cuisine: French, Japanese, Middle Eastern
Price Point: Mains from £10-£20
What do you get when you cross traditional French recipes with Japanese design and cooking techniques? The answer is a very chic neighbourhood bistro serving unusual fusion food at excellent prices.
Founders Gerald Mirey, from Normandy, and Ko Ito, from Hokkaido, bonded over their love of quality food and hatched Bistro Mirey after hosting a string of successful supper clubs in London.
The menus are fabulously original and have already garnered plenty of attention from restaurant critics. For a quick lunch, pillowy fresh bread with miso butter and an excellent selection of charcuterie with Japanese pickles is a fresh explosion of flavour which embodies the concept perfectly.
If you can linger of an evening (and trust us, once you try the food you’ll want to), you’re guaranteed to try something new. A classic steak tartare is served sprinkled with black sesame, while beetroot cured sea trout arrives alongside a dollop of distinctly exotic lime cream.
Stefanie Dearden - dined at Bistro Mirey on 7 March 2019
nicholas mcconway - dined at Bistro Mirey on 7 October 2018
Sarah Jarvis - dined at Bistro Mirey on 3 October 2018
Woon Senn Koh - dined at Bistro Mirey on 30 August 2018
Matteo Middlemiss - dined at Bistro Mirey on 15 August 2018
Yen-Chen Li - dined at Bistro Mirey on 29 July 2018