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A zero-waste restaurant in Chelsea from the chef behind the Frog Group.
This no-waste venture from British chef Adam Handling, the man behind the Frog Group restaurants, seeks to show that sustainable dining can be 'luxurious'. Ugly Butterfly transforms commonly wasted foods – like eggs, bread and milk – many of which come from one of Handling's other restaurants, Adam Handling Chelsea, just down the road. The menu also uses as much of every ingredient as possible, from lesser-known cuts of meat to vegetable stalks. Current dishes include deboned crispy fried chicken feet with caviar and cheese doughnuts made with cheese and bread leftovers.