This new restaurant – on the site of what was Piquet – is apparently inspired by the ancient Aegean civilisations. That basically means a menu influenced by Greek and Mediterranean cuisines, cooked with simple cooking and prep techniques. There's also a 'no-avocado' policy, which some might cheer.
Currently, it's only open for breakfast and lunch, with dinner coming soon. Breakfasts include options such as chargrilled plums with kaymak honey, salted pistachios and toasted brioche, crispy sujuk on sourdough with dill mayo, tomato and a fried egg, and baked eggs with smoked tomato, charred peppers, yoghurt, chilli oil and grilled flatbread.
Lunch includes grilled halloumi with charred fennel, maple beetroot, marinated peppers, spiced walnuts and fresh herbs, and flaked smoked mackerel with grilled sourdough, sumac, onions, parsley, apple and dill.
92-94 Newman Street
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Really friendly staff! Food is a little bit more adventurous than what I usually go for, but was not disappointed.
I highly recommend the pickled aubergine, ox cheek...and the sujuk croquettes stole the show!
For dessert we had the Pistachio filo. One of the most mouth watering desserts I've ever tasted, save room for this!
Interior is lovely, nice furniture and moody lighting. Intimate seating, great for dates!