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  • Soho
  • All day
  • ££

Modern bar and restaurant serving natural wines, cheese, charcuterie, steaks and classic French dishes.


12A Newburgh Street, London, W1F 7RR
+44 (0) 20 7287 8488
Opening Times
Mon-Sat 12.00-22.30


  • The Guardian

    The Guardian Says…

    This is quite the plate of food: stark, almost bleak in its monochrome simplicity. Everything is shades of pale: waxy potatoes, pearly cod, espuma in a colour that Farrow & Ball would probably call Stornoway Sound, tiny dots of darkest grey. But it's also remarkable in its flawlessness: the cod cooked just so, subtle maillard brushstrokes on top, flesh as tender and yielding as a truffle. The potatoes have been smoked; not the full essence de barbecue, but enough to give them personality. And the espuma is potato foam, as soothing as fine vichysoisse, as airy as a quip. Those dots? Black olives, desiccated into crunches of pure flavour.

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  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    This wine bar has been open for years, but early in 2014 it upped its game considerably by hiring a well-regarded chef-consultant, Mikael Jonsson, of Hedone restaurant in Chiswick. Jonsson’s not manning the tiny kitchen, but he does supply the bread from his restaurant, and offers pointers on the menu. On our visit we were therefore disappointed to find that one of our baskets of bread (charged at £3.50) was the baking equivalent of bin-ends, a random assortment of offcuts – some of which were stale; the replacement basket was fresh.

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