Founders Meng and Ana (formerly of Viajante, Corner Room & Chiltern Firehouse) are serving up their innovative menu of sharing plates - with a strong Asian accent. The name is inspired by the Mandarin words for “he” and “she” and their menus nod towards the culinary traditions of their native China and Portugal.
The project began as a street food stall on London’s Druid St. Market, before a series of pop-ups and their first long-stay residency at Tayēr and Elementary. The menu includes Meng and Ana’s characteristically playful take on rice bowls as well as cult-favourite, the Katsu Sandwich – a toast sandwich of deep-fried, slow-cooked Iberico pork neck served and Asian slaw. Open from Tuesday to Saturday, for lunch and dinner.
Pork rillettes with brioche toast; Iberian pork katsu sando - Iberian pork neck with shredded cabbage, sliced onion, raspberry brown sauce & XO shallot sauce and peaches and cream sando served on brioche with jasmine chantilly cream & peaches.