Around Town: November 2019
Will de Montmollin rounds up the latest openings in November's Around Town
Wild by Tart
Combining restaurant, deli, events space and photography studio, Tart London’s brick-and-mortar location opening this month is set to become a neighbourhood hotspot.
Yeotown Kitchen at Inhabit
This hotel kitchen opens this month and is run by mindful eating experts, Yeotown Kitchen - the same Yeotown who run a wellness retreat in North Devon. Stop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner with an abundance of plant-based and seasonal options.
No 35 Mackenzie Walk
Canary Wharf, E14
Darwin and Wallace - recognized as the ‘Best Sustainable Pub Company’ at the Publican Awards 2019 - is opening their 8th pub this October with a waterside terrace that spans the length of the bar. They’ll have a variety of seasonal cocktails, nibbles and main courses - plus all-day brunch on the weekend. With a 3-star rating from the Sustainable Restaurant Association, you can be sure that they do their best to sustainably source their ingredients and minimize food waste.
It's finally here and we couldn’t be more excited to see this Brighton import teaming up with CRATE Brewery. If you don’t know Doug and the team, they take zero waste to the next level: up-cycled furniture, ingredients delivered in re-usable vessels and a nose to tail ideology. Anything you can’t finish is turned into compost and offered to the local community. Open now - and if you fancy reviewing for us then get in touch.
Silver Linings offer small dishes that change daily according to what’s available and in season. They frequently source their ingredients from local producers like Henderson’s Seafood, HG Walter Butchers and Audacious Veg; their wine list features low-intervention organic wines from across Europe, and if you’re still thirsty you can head next door to Every Cloud, their cocktail bar.
Jake’s Vegan Steaks
Jake’s Vegan Steaks are serving up sizzling Philly ‘cheezesteaks’ with a variety of toppings; go for the classic with caramelised onions and ‘cheeze’ whizz, or mix it up with roasted peppers, mushrooms, pickled chilies and more, served with a cold drink and a side of chips. If you want a vegan junk food fix, look no further than Jake’s plant-based take on the decadent American classic.
A new neighbourhood restaurant with relaxing wood and metal décor, Loyal Tavern’s menu consists of meat, fish and vegetable dishes with ingredients sourced from producers throughout the UK: including two Bermondsey Butchers, Cannon & Cannon and Michael O’Shea; sustainable day boats in Cornwall and many more. Keep an eye out for their hearty Christmas menu from November onwards, with full vegetarian and vegan option available.