A warming breath of Middle Eastern air in the heart of trendy Chelsea, Baity Kitchen's casual vibes, deli-style displays and unfussy, aromatic flavours are irresistible to locals. Pick-and-point ordering sees plates piled high with deliciously unfamiliar salads (perhaps beetroot, caraway and avocado or wild rice studded with apricots and cranberries) and more filling dishes such as za'atar-crusted salmon or chicken breast baked in pomegranate molasses. With fruit tarts, chocolate brownies and fat slices of cheesecake temptingly arrayed for all to see, even calorie-conscious punters may struggle to pass on pudding. Baity (‘my home' in Arabic) also specialises in themed evenings, from mezze Mondays through burgers, tapas, steak and lobster to roasts on Sundays. Staff remain faultlessly attentive and enthusiastic, even when up against the summer rush for hotly contested tables in the courtyard.
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