Covent Garden Grind

Following the success of Shoreditch, Soho and London - Grind continues to expand as a restaurant group. Covent Garden Grind found its home at Maiden Lane early 2016.

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With its connections to music and culture, Covent Garden provides the perfect backdrop for Grind’s electric, fast-paced attitude. Grind roast their signature Grind House Blend in their Shoreditch roastery before it’s packed and shipped across London. Bold in flavour and roasted daily, their coffee has put Grind firmly on the map as some of the busiest and most recognisable restaurants, cafes and cocktail bars in London.

As well as keeping your caffeine levels topped up with their signature Grind House Blend, you’ll be suitably replenished with bottomless prosecco or bloody marys at brunch. To soak it all up, foodie favourites include beetroot-cured smoked salmon with scrambled eggs on sourdough, and their sweet potato harissa cakes with a poached egg.

As the day moves on, Covent Garden Grind serves up a selection of small plates - dishes such as Burrata bruschetta with beetroot and balsamic fried chicken with pickled radish, spiced mayo and spinach and goats cheese croquettes, and the favourite; fried chicken with pickled radish, spiced mayo.

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Bestest Brunch

Sweet Potato served with feta

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Monday Night Drinks

Did you know Grind do £6 cocktails on a Monday night vetween 5pm and 9pm

It wouldn’t be a Grind without the infamous Grind Espresso Martini, and the signature takes pride of place on the evening menu, alongside innovative and experimental coffee cocktails as well as their killer classics late into the evening.

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