The modern, intimate British pop-up restaurant, seating just 10 diners - ahead of opening a restaurant in the West Village - comes from Beatrice Inn alums Patricia Howard and Ed Szymanski. Head Chef Ed Szymanski was also behind the critically-acclaimed restaurant Cherry Point in Brooklyn.
Set in a coffee shop Round K in the Lower East Side, the menu features the chef’s modern take on traditional English cooking - cooked over a wood-fired grill, including duck offal skewers, beef tartare and bottarga on toast, and, for dessert, sticky toffee pudding and Madeira cake. Dinners are served Monday through Wednesday, only through to the end of March.
Grilled scallops with seaweed butter; duck offal skewers - a nod to British nose-to-tail restaurant St. John; grilled chicken with truffle and mustard greens and orange sponge cake with butterscotch and almonds.