The Great Chase Brings ‘Creativity’ to Islington



The Great Chase in Islington is a new restaurant where “all the food is 100% Halal with no alcohol allowed on the premise”.

It brings diners rustic touches and wood block tables in a look that blends the antique and the modern.

Headchef Radek Nitkowski (formerly of Dean Street Town House and Cambridge Street Kitchen) brings dishes like: Free Range Chicken Breast, Asparagus, Croquettes and Spicy Miso Aioli, or the Mozzarella, heritage tomato, Ogliarola olive oil and pistachio.

The compact menu shows off a strong British core with pan global influences, summing up the essence of multicultural London.

the-great-chase-islingtonThe pedigree of the kitchen is backed up by a non-alcoholic bar that serves an excellent collection of fine teas (courtesy of the Rare Tea Company).

The remarkably complex Japanese Sencha and the fantastic single estate Earl Grey stand out as particularly fine offerings.

Cordial Alchemist and Sommelier William Wragg spins his magic to create some surprisingly punchy alcohol-free concoctions.

The Tayberry Spritz, made with a Tayberry and Rose cordial (courtesy of the Gimlet bar, and made using ingredients from their own garden), Bees Knees Fizz, black pepper and Lavender vinegar mist is a particular favourite for the summer.

The Great Chase is currently running a promotion for the entire month of July of 30% discount on food with an instagram follow and booking online via their website quoting ‘greatchase30’.

The Great Chase
316 St John Street, London EC1V 4NT.

T: +44 (0)20 7998 0640 | W: | E:

Opening Hours: Mon CLOSED | Tue-Sat 11:00–15:00 & 18:30–22:00 | Sun 10:00–15:00

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