Buzzy new eatery in East London by James Ferguson, the former chef of hostpot Rochelle Canteen. "Named after one of the steam locomotives that used the original East London line, Beagle is housed under the cavernous domes of three Victorian railway arches" located next to Hoxton Station. "The menu expresses a sincere, coherent philosophy of British eating with a daily changing menu that features an array of seasonal dishes such as grilled megrim sole with monks beard, cucumber and brown shrimp. There's poached rhubarb and set cream for desert and an impressive selection of British beers and cocktails, of which we wholly recommend a 'Krank' or two upon arrival." [Wallpaper] Learn more about Beagle in the attached Wallpaper and FT (Nicholas Lander) reviews.