The large dining room is spacious and bright, with verdant views over a churchyard. The brunch and lunch menu are particularly popular, and the ricotta-filled hotcakes (ie US-style pancakes) with banana and honeycomb butter might just be the best brunch dish in London.
Granger’s relaxed approach to cookery yields fantastically exciting results. Expect his Hawaiian and Japanese influences to particularly shine through in this opening. His dishes are influenced by his travels round the world, where he devises new dishes with both worldwide flair and homemade honesty.
The kitchen deals in big Antipodean flavours with a heavy splash of South-East Asian colour – perhaps salmon ceviche with grapefruit, creamy avocado and sesame, or turmeric-spiced chicken with slaw, lime and coconut dressing.