5 Things to Eat in London This WeekBy Angelica Malin
Looking for delicious things to eat in London this week? Deep dive into our weekly list of the best things to devour in the capital this week. It’s time to tuck in:
What: Galvin at The Athenaeum have introduced a brand new tasting menu that is designed to take guests on a culinary journey, for great value.
The Lowdown: The menu has been created by Michelin-starred brothers Chris and Jeff Galvin together with new Head Chef, Ian Howard; The ‘Galvin Tour’ menu includes light fresh Isle of Wight tomatoes, delicious Dingley Dell pork belly and a spectacularly rich chocolate mousse served with lemon gel and coffee ice cream. Each dish is paired with a glass of wine or non-alcoholic alternative. And if you’re looking for some fun at home, try this betfred promo code for UK players.
Price: £60 per person
When: Available Monday-Thursday, 12pm-2.30pm and 5.30pm-9.30pm.
Where: 116 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7BJ
What: Seasonal chef’s choice Japanese tasting menu at Hannah
The Lowdown: Japanese restaurant Hannah is located near to London’s buzzing Southbank and offers refined and authentic Japanese cuisine, including their daily changing Omakase tasting menu. Owner Chef Daisuke Shimoyama trained for several years at the Michelin three-starred restaurant in Japan. Following his time in Japan, Daisuke worked as the Head Chef at Michelin 2-Star restaurant Mayfair UMU in London for six years. Dishes include Cold Somen Noodle with Waygu Beef and Lobster Ramen.
Price: Starting from £55 for 7 courses up to £120 for 10 courses
Where: County Hall, Belvedere Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 7PB
What: Al fresco pre-theatre dining at The Cut
The Lowdown: The Cut is an independent bar, restaurant and café housed in the Young Vic theatre’s award-winning building just off the South Bank. An airy open space with an exclusive terrace in the vibrant neighbourhood of Waterloo and Southwark, The Cut has been a popular destination since 2006 for theatre-goers, local businesses and neighbouring communities. An all-day dining spot, The Cut is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch as well as tapas and pre theatre dining. A menu boasting fresh, organic produce sourced from sustainable suppliers, the chefs work hard to get their hands on the best ingredients they can find. An equally impressive drinks selection celebrates the best of both local and global, from rotating craft beers, outstanding wines, excellent Allpress coffee and show-stopping cocktails. Their independence guarantees the freedom to find and offer quality products which they are proud to serve.
Price: Mains from £10
Where: Young Vic, 66 The Cut, Waterloo, London SE1 8LZ
What: Grouse menu at The Cinnamon Club
The Lowdown: Inspired by India’s historic hunting traditions, Executive Chef Vivek Singh will once again be celebrating the Glorious Twelfth by serving the first grouse of the season at The Cinnamon Club. Available throughout game season, guests can enjoy signature tandoori grouse breast, served with stir fried leg mince and spiced pumpkin chutney.
Where: Cinnamon Club, The Old Westminster Library, 30-32 Great Smith Street, London SW1P 3BU
What: The Grey Goose ‘Paris to Pampelonne’ cocktail
The Lowdown: The ‘Paris to Pampelonne’ cocktail will be available at The OXO Tower on South Bank to celebrate GREY GOOSE’S latest collaboration with Parisian design duo Maison Labiche. The cocktail is a refreshing twist on Le Grand Fizz, taking inspiration from the gastronomy of the French Riviera. It follows a culinary journey from Paris to Pampelonne, incorporating lemons from Menton – the same used to create Grey Goose Le Citron – and extra virgin olive oil.
Where: OXO Tower Wharf, Barge House Street, South Bank, London SE1 9PH