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I’ve recently just moved offices to Holborn from Marylebone and I can honestly say the food scene is completely different in this part of town. It’s all much more casual, more ordinary and mostly the food is served – fast. That said It’s all changing quickly and I’ve no doubt that the area will quickly adapt to London’s bustling food scene. For now thankfully I need not worry because I’ve come across a hidden little gem at the top end of Dury Lane, which is not only churning out some utterly fabulous dishes, but inside it’s warm and cosy and its owners Lucy Brown and Jenny Quintero are quite easily the loveliest bunch...
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Located in the Covent Garden area, The Jar Kitchen prides itself on delivering locally sourced produce and fresh ingredients to its customers. A bright and airy yet intimate room on the ground floor, jars of all shapes and sizes can be spotted on the walls and tables. This gives the restaurant a kitsch, modern feel whilst also displaying their passion for sustainability...
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I can count on one hand the people I consider "my rock and anchor" and my cousin D is at the top of that list. I missed her birthday soiree this year as I was in the Philippines so to make up for it I promised to take her out to dinner at her restaurant of choice.We’ve both heard good reviews about Jar Kitchen from peers and foodies all over so when she picked this cosy restaurant along Drury Lane, it felt like a win-win for us both...
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This newbie on the street operates a farm to fork restaurant; Jar Kitchen seasonal menu uses locally sourced quality products. Where nothing goes to waste, every single thing is made from scratch. Jar Kitchen has been opened for over 3 months in Covent Garden Dury Lane. Owners Lucy and Jenny quit their jobs from publishing and model agent to a change of career of opening a restaurant. Lucy and Jenny can be seen working on the floor of the restaurant interacting with diners.Jar Kitchen, why the name? Well there’s a collection of jars scattered around the restaurant with personal photos of the owners on the...
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I’ve been doing German classes at City Lit for a few weeks now and up until now my classes have been held in Stukeley Street, although they’re now moving to Euston. Every week I’ve finished on a Tuesday night and walked down to Temple past a small, cosy, warm-looking restaurant that just looked like the perfect place to while away an evening with good food, good company and good wine. That cosy little place is Jar Kitchen...
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Jar Kitchen, Covent Garden – once upon a time when I didn’t have a kitchen, had an early start to the day, hot breakfast was something I looked forward to. When that happens, I want to be in my pyjamas, have a cup of coffee, read the news (or check my social media) and be left undisturbed until I’m done. Most days now I get that quite a lot, unrushed and slowly waking up by the caffeine kick. I feel very privileged.Therefore when I agreed to go to Jar Kitchen for brunch, that really surprised me. For a very long time now, it is the only time I think I actually got up for breakfast in central London.
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