This Sydney Street spot is the fourth branch from Bumpkin - a chain that kicked things off with a venue in Notting Hill. It's all about classic British cooking here, with an emphasis on locally-sourced, seasonal ingredients - so expect regularly changing menus that keep the culinary focus on Old Blighty.
Dishes range from full English breakfasts and Sunday brunches to slow-cooked pork bellies served with poached Granny Smith apples, dressed Cornish crab with English caviar and toast, and line-caught sea bass with a caper and anchovy nut butter and samphire. The butcher's meat board - a popular choice - features cured meats from West Dorset.
The wine list offers further homage to Britain, with Chapel Down, Hush Heath, Bolney and Nyetimber just some of the home-county wineries showcasing their wares. Bumpkin brew their own ale, too.