Shoreditch Arts Club is the newly opened, exclusive members club that feels like you've walked into an art collector’s home. The exclusive former warehouse is filled with a carefully curated selection of thought-provoking sculptures, paintings and installations.
With a creative crowd in mind, the eclectic environment is the perfect setting for their diverse programme of in-house events. Members can enjoy complimentary access to innovative workshops across theatre, music and the arts – where the lines between these categories are often blurred. There’s even a 24-seat cinema, private hire rooms and a screening room to bring these immersive events to life.
The sustainable, seasonal menu is based on fresh and simplistic small plates. We went for their Saturday brunch, which has the option of an à la carte selection from the menu or a more casual offering from the counter, along with some excellent coffee.
From the à la carte menu, softly scrambled eggs came with toasted sourdough and an umami snow of finely-grated Parmesan, balanced nicely with a fresh tomato salsa (£9.00).
Also from the menu, generous slices of cured sea trout (milder than the more traditional salmon) was served on toasted sourdough; a topping of crème frâiche, dill and lemon added brightness and acidity to make another delicious brunch dish (£10.00).
Alternatively, you can take advantage of 2 hours of unlimited Bloody Marys and Bellinis from the counter, along with rosemary focaccia, seasonal leaves with house dressing and a salad of the day.
They have tweaked the classic Bloody Mary recipe, dialling down the Worcestershire sauce and adding a kick of chilli. I recommend having at least one to try - and maybe another two or three to make absolutely sure.
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