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Restaurant Review: Mustard

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There’s been a bit of excitement brewing in Shepherd’s Bush Road for a few months; the main road that runs from Hammersmith Broadway to Shepherd’s Bush. It was some time last summer that Lawrence Hartley and Tim Healy – who already own two of my favourite restaurants, Joe Allen and Orso – told me of their plans for Mustard. Mustard is to be a chain of British brasseries offering all-day eating at prices that offer great value for money. They plan to open ten restaurants within the next five years. The best comparison, to put Mustard into context, is Côte, which offers the French brasserie experience. Mustard, however, is firmly British based, its menu offering seasonal British ingredients sourced from the nation’s best artisan producers.

It’s Mustard’s British food concept that is so exciting for, frankly, where on earth does one go to eat good British food at affordable prices? If…

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