1251 Restaurant is the latest venture from renowned Chef and star of The Great British Menu, James Cochran. Set in the heart of Islington, this trendy restaurant is ideal to enjoy a sumptuous Sunday Roast.
Named after the Michelin Starred Chef's favourite song by The Strokes, 1251 is set over two floors in a quirky Victorian building featuring a trendy, minimalist interior.
Their menu is a celebration of Cochran's heritage, paying tribute to his Scottish and West Indian roots while placing a huge significance on Kentish produce. Open from 11am - 11pm, they serve a variety of exciting menu options such as BBQ wood pigeon and raw orkney scallops. On Sundays, they serve a beautifully executed version of the British classic, when guests can choose between Ayrshire 50 day aged cote de boeuf, slow braised short rib of beef or 55 day aged middle white pork to accompany their Roast.
Located on Upper Street, a foodie paradise that is becoming affectionately known as 'Supper Street', 1251 is ideally located between Angel and Highbury & Islington Tube station.
Mon - Sun: 11am - 11pm
- Sunday Lunch
- Vegetarian Options
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