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Hackney’s Shane’s on Chatsworth is a dining experience with a conscience. The focus of this Chatsworth Road restaurant is British fish and game, and of course, great British cheeses. The restaurant’s menu changes based on what’s available fresh. The team are rightly proud of their locally-orientated, sustainably-led menu, and diners are responding. The kitchen serves flavoursome, wholesome and winsome British food to London’s discerning foodies and tourists alike.
Great atmosphere, lovely staff, wrath food and good value. Went with a friend who has coeliacs and the menu was clearly marked for that and other food requirements. Will definitely return.
All in all an excellent place to come for dinner. The food is brilliant and the atmosphere is friendly and relaxed. I highly recommend Shanes!
The waiter failed to tell us that several items on the menu weren't available before coming to take our order. He also forgot to bring us part of our order and we were forgotten for large periods of time leaving us with empty glasses. What we did eat was great! Service just needs to improve before I'd head back.
Bringing together traditional British ingredients, sourced and supplied by local producers, the team behind this Chatsworth Road special serve Blighty at its best. The menu at Shane’s On Chatsworth is a love song to traditional British classics. Think spatchcock pigeon, Jersey royal risotto, beetroot-cured Scottish salmon and, of course, so much British cheese. The wine list at this Hackney local honours much-maligned British vintages, from vineyards as near as Sussex, and there’s a brunch menu which promises to reinvent the full English (hello, duck, bacon, egg and sausage sandwich!). This is the kind of restaurant London needs.
Hackney’s dining scene has enjoyed something of a renaissance in recent years, with a number of high-end establishments springing up. Shane’s On Chatsworth is a big contender for champion of this change, and its not difficult to see why. Serving diners the best of British (meat and fish from local suppliers are the name of the game here), fresh from local suppliers, is the driving concept behind the success of this London eatery down Chatsworth Road.