From the duo behind the pop-up Pavilion Café in Hackney, this bright new eatery is aimed squarely at Borough Market’s foodie throngs. A bold, black communal table is at the heart of the venue, which features scruffy yellow brick walls & great views of the bustle outside. On offer is a tidy selection of regularly changing dishes & the kitchen shows plenty of style when it comes to cooking & presentation, from game terrine with piccalilli or buttermilk-fried sprats with tartare sauce to grilled mackerel with heritage tomato & fennel salad or a flavoursome beef rump with baked onions, rainbow chard & broad beans. The choice of puds is limited to cheese, ice creams & sorbets (the Russet apple version is terrific), & the drinks list runs from bespoke beers & ciders to an oddball selection of wines including a Transylvanian Pinot Noir & a Chardonnay from – where else? – Essex.
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