good honest food at good honest prices
since launching in the halcyon summer of 2010, bookclub has confirmed its place in the hearts of west-enders as the home of tasty, home cooked and hearty food with the occasional twist… think chicken & black pudding roulade, jalapeno & cheddar croquettes, plus pies, plenty of pies.
setting out to offer good honest food at good honest prices, served on random crockery collected from various charity shops and our mate paul at ruthven mews, we’re also a pretty passionate bunch when it comes to brunch, vegan food and boozy cocktails.
since day 1 we set out to offer saturday and sunday salvation in the form of perfectly poached eggs, vegan waffles, bookcub breakfast and the occasional curveball like our pork belly & refried bean burrito to help cure the pain of the night before.
we fly the flag for quality vegetarian and vegan options. our glorious food menus offer real choice and quality, whether you are a committed veggie or just looking to impress a vegetarian boy or girl. choose from vegan curried cauliflower steak, vegan doner kebab or seitan schnitzel.
daily menu is served mon to fri all day & after brunch at the weekends.
brunch (like breakfast, but it’s acceptable to drink) is served sat 10 til 2pm / sun 10 til 4pm
weekly food events
25% off all veggie dishes // 6-8pm
241 mac & cheese
street eats wednesdays
bottle of beer and street food dish for 10 quid
wings n tins thursday
bucket wings & can of craft beer (incl vg option) for 10
some sunday traditions just can’t be forgotten…
still serving up the family favourite roast every Sunday from 12 till it’s gone, check with your server for this week’s meaty & veggie option 12.95
build your own bloody mary’s
make it a boozy brunch with our bloody mary sharer, perfect for 4 pals for a bargain of 14.95. every saturday & sunday
20% off your scran
pop in for dinner before or after the movies at grosvenor cinema and get 20% off your food bill
cheese toastie & soup
need a bloody good lunch to sort you out? sack off your take away and get yourself out and about to bookclub. for a bargain price of 5 quid