Coal Office to open more casual rooftop restaurant later this month

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Coal Office to open more casual rooftop restaurant later this month

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Middle Eastern restaurant Coal Office is opening a rooftop restaurant and bar at its King’s Cross location.

Coal Terrace will span both the rooftop and ground floor entrance of Coal Office, located in Coal Drops Yard, with views overlooking Regent’s Canal and Coal Drops Yard.

Executive chef Dan Pelles has designed a more casual terrace menu inspired by the food of Jerusalem. The menu will feature a selection of charcuterie and pickles served with pita, with highlights to include a Bluefin tuna sashimi with Morris vinaigrette, based on a salad recipe from one of the chef’s grandfathers, Morris; and fried greek cheese with tomato jam and chilli served on a seeded cracker.

Freshly baked pretzel bread, made in-house, will complement the dishes, inspired by Pelle’s childhood in the Old City of Jerusalem and memories of visiting stalls outside the Lions’ Gate selling bread.

For dipping, there will be labneh with tomato; tahini with schug; and silan with za’atar.

The menu will be paired with cocktails, including a Basil Smash mixed with gin, basil, Italicus, Israeli white wine and wines from the Mediterranean.

“We’ve designed Coal Terrace as a space where guests can find a sense of calm amidst the city and enjoy a more casual menu than Coal Office,” says chef owner Assaf Granit.

Coal Terrace will launch on the 29 June and will be open every Wednesday to Sunday for lunch, dinner and drinks.

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