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With an accent on well-sourced honest-to-goodness regional and seasonal British produce, many dishes are as unfussy as you'll find. Full review →
If the likes of ham hock with pea shoots and parsley, potted crab or braised rabbit with fennel and aioli seem strangely familiar, look no further than the credentials of the chef, Tom Pemberton. Full review →Don't be put off by the concentration on offal; you can also go for beetroot, hazelnuts and curd and courgettes, pearl barley and Wigmore cheese.
Properly British, proudly simple, and professionally delivered. Full review →
Converted butcher's shop specialising in tasty British dishes without frills, using first-rate, seasonal ingredients; offal a highlight. Full review →
The contemporary dining room, with bustling open kitchen, is a smart setting for the accomplished English cooking from St John alumni Tom Pemberton.
Hereford Road has an ultra-modern look, but the food couldn’t be more traditional, with heavy emphasis on old-fashioned British cooking, meat, and the whole ‘nose to tail’ shtick. Full review →
Sit and wonder how the restaurant can manage to serve two courses for £13 at lunch as you tuck into hearty dishes like devilled duck livers with shallots. Full review →
This Bayswater "gem" wins plaudits for the "fabulous, simple execution" of its "interesting" Modern British menu. Full review →