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The no-bookings-at-night policy was resulting in a jam around the stairwell, so Polpo’s little sister, above the French House pub, is now taking reservations for lunch & dinner. It’s still
primarily a dinky squeeze for tête-à-têtes – groups of more than four simply don’t work in this ‘beautiful little matchbox’. There’s a simpler menu, too, with takes on osteria-style dishes such as
pork cooked in milk or venison loin with chard & pickled damsons, alongside the regular small plates (quince with prosciutto, baccala mantecato, punterella with smoked anchovies) – seasonal
bounty is the main inspiration here. To drink, the spritz with Aperol or Campari is a ritual aperitif, served in tumblers – as are the northern Italian wines & Prosecco, which also come by the
carafe. Readers particularly enjoy the casual service from ‘young hipster types’.
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