Prawn on the Lawn

Prawn on the Lawn

British

0.5 miles
292-294 St Paul’s Road, Islington, London, N1 2LH
Prawn on the Lawn was first opened in 2013 by Rick Toogood and his wife Katie, with a focus on seasonality and sustainability. Gaining a fantastic reputation in a short space of time, the owners decided to open a second restaurant by the sea in Padstow, Cornwall.
This seafood bar, restaurant and fishmonger provides the perfect spot to snap up something tasty for dinner, or sample dishes prepared by the talented kitchen team. Everything is sourced from day boats in Devon and Cornwall and the offering changes daily, making for the ultimate taste of the coast in the capital.
Why not start by tucking into a selection of small plates such as whole mackerel with n’duja and fennel; seared tuna with soy, mirin, spring onion and chilli; and Porthilly mussels with clams and manzanilla? Also up for grabs are delicious Porthilly oysters, which can be served raw or deep-fried with garlic crème fraîche. A relaxed, sociable dining experience is encouraged with the flavoursome sharing platters – look out for the fruits de mer, which includes bountiful portions of crab, mussels, cockles, clams, crevettes, langoustines, oysters and scallops. Perhaps you’ll be tempted by the mouth-watering whole grilled lobster or crab with lime and coriander butter. All of the dishes are complemented by micro-brewed beer and wine from small independent vineyards. A visit is a must.
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Opening Hours:
Tues:noon-10pm
Weds:noon-10pm
Thurs:noon-10pm
Fri:noon-10pm
Sat:noon-10pm
Sun:noon-5pm

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