Originally billed as Gizzi Erskine’s first London restaurant, this modern British has now opened sans the chef and food writer (Erskine is believed to instead be focusing on opening a vegan burger joint).
The Dining Room is decked out with vintage chandeliers and art-deco furniture, while the menu focuses on traditional techniques such as brining, curing and smoking, all of which are carried out in-house. The food offering changes seasonally, but on your visit you might find the likes of grilled scallops with miso butter, or pastrami braised Ox cheek with parsley root purée and dill pickle. Sweet treats to finish off your meal include a brioche doughnut with salted caramel sauce, and a rice pudding topped with pistachio.
Head here on the weekends to enjoy a hearty three-course Sunday lunch, while vegan and vegetarian menus are available for guests following alternative diets.