DUE TO OPEN MARCH 2014
The latest venture from wonder boy Ollie Dabbous is a world away from his titular Michelin-starred eatery on nearby Whitfield Street. Instead of rarefied, new-Nordic nuances and arcane gastronomy in modish industrial surrounds, Barnyard will specialise in wholesome, reasonably priced food of British lineage: dishes being talked about include homemade sausage rolls with piccalilli, roast beef on toast with warm horseradish-spiked buttermilk, apple and cloudberry crumble with clotted cream, and bananas with custard – all delivered by head chef Joseph Woodland (ex- The Square and Launceston Place). There will be plenty of apt drinks too – from hedgerow shandy to homemade lemonade and lavender milkshakes – while the interior will ratchet up the bucolic theme with distressed farm-inspired rusticity, reclaimed timbers, corrugated tin and a soundtrack of indie folk, country and blues. No bookings or service charge.
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