This Chelsea neighbourhood joint has some serious pedigree behind it. Irish chef Anna Haugh is at the helm of her first solo restaurant, following a career which has seen her work at the likes of The Square and Bob Bob Ricard.
Haugh told us that Myrtle is "modern European with a strong Irish influence" and she nods to her heritage through the simple interiors, which feature a white and grey colour scheme, and a green marble-topped bar.
The menu includes dishes such as crispy black pudding, and boxty (an Irish potato cake) topped with braised beef – expect to see other parts of the cow elsewhere too, as some of Haugh’s menu places emphasis on nose-to-tail dining.
Guests can satisfy their sweet tooth with desserts such as buttermilk panna cotta or filled doughnuts. Prefer liquid afters? You won’t find any Guinness on tap here, but you will be able to wash down your meal with a range of Old and New World wines, alongside cocktails featuring poteen (Irish moonshine).