Different postcode, but the same well-loved British food .
Morty & Bob's have opened their new site in the buzzing Coal Drops Yard in King's Cross. After the overwhelming success of their first restaurant in east London, the team have moved to King's Cross shiny new restaurant and retail development.
Don't panic though, the restaurant still provides the same food and the all-day dining spot has three power moves: epic cheese toasties, inventive small plates, and a global wine list.
The sunrise to sunset restaurant where coffee in the morning turns to Espresso Martinis in the evening leads with seasonality and local produce at its heart.
The change of address also heralds a new era for Morty & Bob's; as well as sticking to their brunch classics which earned them a legion of fans, the team have also upgraded their evening offering, knocking up a number of small plates, bar snacks as well as serving crafted cocktails, wines and beers.
What Can I Eat?
Wild mushrooms on toast with rocket, hazelnut pesto and spiced fried egg
Avocado, smoked streaky bacon, fried egg and mushroom ketchup stuffed into a brioche bun
Avocado, chilli and lime on sourdough with kale crisps and radish.
Cheese toasties each lovingly made with doorstop thick bread and stuffed with layers upon layers of molten, oozy cheese, the British favourite is available with mixed onions; roast mushrooms and truffle; or nduja salami.
Small Plates including
Parmesan truffle fries; burrata; avocado and chill soldiers; and Marcona almonds.
More substantial plates, including
chicken bun with pickled cucumber and aioli;
minute rib eye steak, house hash brown and fried egg;
kale, buckwheat, avocado and roast squash bowl with tahini dressing and zatar.
warm brownie with ice cream;
Affogato; and upside down berry cheesecake.
How Do I Get There?
Address: 49 Coal Drops Yard, London N1C 4DQ
Open All Day