The tables are made from reclaimed wooden flooring, the bright red metal chairs look like they come from French classrooms. Now I wish I could say we have room for dessert of Fondant au Chocolat but we admit defeat at this stage. The Ivy Market Grill is to be an all-day cafe and restaurant, a home-from-home, where regulars of The Ivy, industrious Covent Garden workers, WC2 residents and visitors to the area will be able to drop in for a quick fix – breakfast, coffee, a snack over a meeting; or while away the time, relishing the extensive fare on offer. The Ivy Market Grill opens to the public on Monday, 24 November 2014, with the booking lines opening on Monday, 17 November (although half the tables will be assigned to “walk-ins”).
The effortless style and quality of The Ivy Market Grill, its food, drink and friendly, knowledgeable service will also be reflected in the decor. If you wanted to know what future pop sounded like, Phantom Runners is pretty much the answer. Alfred Hitchcock set one of his last films, Frenzy, there, two years before the market closed. The idea is that the 16 varieties are sourced from independent growers and each is available by the glass at the prices starting at £9. This is a winning combination - interesting champagne with tasty charcuterie,  perfectly kept cheese and excellent bread at reasonable prices is a real find in this part of London.

When The Ivy Market Grill was first conceived, regulars at The Ivy were asked how they felt about popping into The Ivy for a quick burger or shepherd’s pie pre or post theatre, and many of them thought that The Ivy was somewhere where they wanted to spend more time, kick back and relax, and not have to rush.
His menus are an eclectic mix of modern British, comfort food and international dishes and run through breakfast, elevenses, A La Carte lunch and dinner, pre and post theatre, afternoon tea and weekend brunch.
The Ivy Market Grill has its own gin and its own Champagne – both of which are integral parts of this menu. Martin Brudnizki Design Studio has put together a design story over the two floors that nods to the late 19th century industrial age – a faded grandeur illustrated in the mosaic floor tiles, the antique brass chandeliers, distressed paintwork and marble table tops in the cafe area. I can just about remember the old market as a child- we must have driven past it on the way to the theatre. The Ivy Market Grill is the perfect complement to this, offering easier access all day long, a terrace for sun worshippers and crowd watchers, and a chance for more people to experience a smidgen of Ivy magic.
Highlights on the breakfast menu include avocado, tomato and sesame, truffled eggs, griddled buttermilk pancakes and the Market Grill vegetarian breakfast (with grilled halloumi, flat mushrooms and watercress and other delices).
Highlights include Inigo Jones’ Fizz (Fragola Tosolini wild strawberry, basic & black pepper, topped with fizz) and Henrietta Maria Treacle (rum Treacle with Havana Especial, Amaro Averna and a dash of fig honey and orange bitters), not to mention classic martinis, negronis and juleps. Newspapers lying on the cobbles, cartons of rancid fruit, Victorian green painted barrows, the smell of sulphuric, rotting cabbage.

Lunch and dinner are a veritable feast – including crispy duck salad, lobster cocktail, rack of lamb and whole lemon sole.
There is an impressive list of craft beers and IPAs, all painstakingly sourced to provide a little originality for the customer. There are hues of green, reminding us of the alma mater, with an orange and pewter bar acting as a theatrical centrepiece.
To think that the bowler hatted bureaucrats had plans to drive a motorway right through the middle of it! Afternoon tea entails the traditional fare, plus a rather delicious looking truffled chicken gougere; elevenses – toasted crumpets with Marmite, toasted teacakes and dark treacle tart jump out. There is an all-day, mouth-watering sandwich menu and weekend brunch offers all the usual suspects, with additional “light & healthy” options plus mouth-watering desserts for the less “light & healthy” conscious!

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