Just off Carnaby Street, you can escape the hustle and bustle of the crowd at The Ganton Arms, a modern British pub and restaurant. After a busy day of shopping, pop in and refresh yourself with a drink from the entensive menu. The pub boasts a great range of classic lagers and craft beers as well as premium wines, spirits and even some cocktails.
Striking the balance between fun, lively, and luxurious, the restaurant delivers an excited menu of bold flavours and traditional dishes. A list of small plates allows flexibility with the menu; these make the perfect starters, sharers or even a light lunch. Choose from the likes of halloumi fries, harissa hummus served with a flatbread for dipping as well as more complex offerings of Tiger prawns with a chorizo butter and lemon dressing or ham hock croquettes with a punchy mustard aioli.
You're likely to find some favourites in the main courses; beer battered haddock meets triple cooked chips and a smash burger features oozing cheese, pickles and skin on fries. Although, if you're feeling more adventurous the potato gnocchi is a great choice as well as the pan fried sea bass, served with purple potato salad, fennel and delicately blistered tomato. The Ganton Arms shows off its creative flair by elevating simple sides of chips with truffle, Parmesan and rosemary salt.
On a Sunday, in true British style, the restaurant serves a traditional Sunday roast. Feast on the likes of 28 day aged Sirloin of beef or a Suffolk chicken chicken as well as classic accompaniments of roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, vegetables and gravy. Plus with the option of bowls of roasties, cauliflower cheese, pigs in blankets and stuffing as sides, The Ganton Arms pulls out all the stops. Finish off with an indulgent sticky toffee pudding with salted caramel ice cream and a drizzling of rich butterscotch sauce.