The Trawler Trash concept has never been so relevant, and it looks like the press think it’s hot to be ethical too. We’ve been lucky enough to be featured in multiple titles since our recent opening. From The National Express, Oilve Magazine, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, Esquire, The Nudge and more…
Connecting the east to the city, Ted’s has arrived in the bustle of Tower 42 for good grooming to all men. An intimate store for the perfect escape for a hot towel, shave and a cold beer.
It seems like we’re not the only ones who rate our Black Penny brunch. Olive magazine reckons The Black Penny is in the top 20 Brunches and breakfasts in London. Apparently, our Duck hash is their favourite…
With popular demand from the customers of Islington, Trawler Trash is ready to be enjoyed inside the restaurant or at home with our Fish or Scampi and Chips available for Take Away. Our fish is always ethically sourced resulting in new and exciting take away experiences. Replacing the traditionally used haddock and cod with the lesser known.
Ever wondered how your food gets to your plate? We followed our Trawler men and suppliers from the sea, straight to our kitchens and on your plate. Comprising of 16 video snap shots of each stage to promote through social media, resulting in a final brand film wrapping up exactly how we do things at Trawler Trash. Watch the series here.
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