More than 30 new dishes will be introduced, presenting a fresh interpretation of the restaurant’s style of Mediterranean and Latin inspired cooking, flavours and traditions. A more flexible approach to dining will see the restaurant veer away from a singular menu designed for sharing, to one that will now include a wider variety of fully plated options. Diners will detect a stronger leaning towards Italian cuisines, with a greater number of seafood plates and freshly made pasta courses. Vegetarian and plant-based dishes have a more central role on the menu, noticeably more abundant with ingredients and packed full of flavour and quality. The new menu also launches as the restaurant extends its opening hours from an evening-only service, to take back its lunch-until-late position on London’s restaurant and bar scene. Lunches will present a curated set menu of two and three-course options alongside the full À la Carte offering. Pasta made in-house daily will include an agnolotti with spinach and ricotta, lemon, fresh herbs and pecorino romano; and a tagliolini dish with fresh crab, chilli, lemon and parsley. The salads stand out on the menu, not only due to their original and liberal combination of ingredients but also their rich […]

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