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Named after the 150-year-old building it’s housed in, Mark Sargeant’s second offering in Folkestone is a fish-and-chip shop with a modern ethos: as with nearby venture Rocksalt, fish are locally
sourced and sustainable. The menu is reliant on the daily catch, and while traditionally battered fish will always grace the menu, other dishes include salt-and-pepper squid, baked lemon sole,
battered scallops, and even mussel popcorn. The airy dining room makes the most of its sea view with a two-storey, five-metre window overlooking the harbour, while stainless-steel sculptures of
sealife provide yet more visual stimulation.
With already six locations in London and having opened only in 2011, the L’ETO’s caffé and restaurant chain has seen a lot of success. It is a simple business concept done well as it caters to a wide audience from the young to the families, the couples, the city workers, the fitness freaks and the sweet tooths. And after visiting their newest branch on Brompton Road for brunch, I’d say that its popularity is justified.Apt for its location, the restaurant itself boasts sophistication and class with high ceilings, dark hardwood floors, round marble tables, Victorian chairs -- it’s a place screaming cha-ching...
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