A neighbourhood restaurant emboding contemporary, seasonal British dining in a relaxed, friendly setting. Design-wise there are nods to the leafy, dappled High Road throughout the space with textured walls, hand glazed tiles and artwork by illustrator Jesse Brown.
Dine on a menu of seasonal, modern British dishes reflecting Kimberley Hernandez's Michelin background and years working at some of London’s top restaurants, including as head chef at Andrew Wong’s Kym’s and XU.
At the back of the restaurant, there's a chef’s table made with untreated wood from a small supplier in Wiltshire - tucked into an alcove with a view into the kitchen. There is also an all year-round terrace at the front, with iroko wood tables.
Blooming onion with tarragon & lemon; potato cabbage gratin; retired dairy cow beef with green sauce, anchovies; truffled chicken & dumplings and fried tarte tatin served with cheddar.