Mustard 1

98-100 Shepherd's Bush Road , London, W6 7PD

1 reviews

30 Brasserie Hammersmith

Mustard May 2016 2

SquareMeal Review of Mustard

Destined to be the first in a collection that will bring a fresh approach to the high street, British brasserie Mustard is the brainchild of Lawrence Hartley and Tim Healy – owners of Joe Allen in Covent Garden – and chef Jason Wild. The kitchen shows admirable commitment to local ingredients and seasonal produce, with a changing set menu offering excellent value. A starter of grilled asparagus, soft-boiled egg and Sussex Charmer cheese from the specials was attractive and well-balanced, while a main of tender new-season lamb hotpot with baby turnips, peas and broad beans was light and spring-like. We also relished a hearty plate of slow-cooked Gloucester Old Spot ham with peas, cream and herbs: intensely savoury, deeply comforting. Puddings showcase simple ingredients: warm rhubarb crumble was spiked with aromatic caraway seeds; a sweet-yet-sharp red berry sorbet arrived topped with seasonal fruits. With its buzzy atmosphere, straightforward yet classy decor, and confident, laid-back service, Mustard feels like the local brasserie every neighbourhood should have.

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Food & Drink: 10.0

Service: 9.0

Atmosphere: 8.0

Value: 9.0

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

James L. 25 May 2016

Very, very good food with an eclectic modern English mix (Gloucester Old Spot, Whiting, Stinking Bishop tart, Lamb hot pot, Devonshire Crab Salad). The lunch set menu is a complete steal, with two exquisite courses for under a tenner. All filled out with an interesting and eclectic wine list, served by friendly and efficient staff. This place will become a regular for us.


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