24th November


Bored of ignoring this great excuse for a pre-Christmas party, we’ve decided to celebrate Thanksgiving this year. For £35 per head, you can enjoy a cocktail that’s been especially crafted for the occasion, your full Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings, and the all-important slice of pecan pie.

See the menu and email us to book.


'Tis the season


We’ve got plenty of options available, from a boozy Christmas lunch or dinner to drinks and canapés, in private or part of the action. Check out our events portal to find out more, see the menus or get in touch.


26th October


We will be launching our new club for wine lovers on Wednesday 26th October. Far from your usual stuffy “tasting” this will be an informal gathering for lovers of the grape with an educational element for those with a thirst for knowledge.

On the last Wednesday of each month, we will host a masterclass with 6 to 8 wines and a few matching small plates in our Lounge Bar, for £20 per head. Our first session will focus on sparkling wines – don’t expect a selection of standard supermarket fizz; we will be taking the opportunity to show case some rarer and more unusual tipples.

Pop into the restaurant, call us on 020 7357 6082 or email us to book your spot.

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Mon – Fri

Lunch:  12pm – 3pm
Dinner:  6pm – 10.30pm


Brunch: 9am – 4pm
Dinner:  6pm – 10.30pm


Brunch:  9am – 4pm
Dinner:  6pm – 10pm

All day menu available throughout the afternoon.


Parties & Private Dining

The Little Room

Just because you can’t make it out to that lovely country house, doesn’t mean country house can’t come to you.  Private dining for up to 18, sharing menus for every occasion and all those mod-con meeting facilities neatly hidden away.

Take a look at all our spaces and enquire here or give us a call on 020 7357 6082.


Reading Material


Chris Dorley-Brown had the foresight to take quite ordinary photographs in the 1980s of people driving around London – perhaps knowing that a few decades later they’d be brilliant relics of urban nostalgia.

In fact, his original intention was to document the privatisation of Rolls Royce, but his preoccupation with people meant he captured so much more than just the automotive changes of the time.

Available as a book via Hoxton Mini Press


Reading Material


Michelle Kingdom uses embroidery to bring memories, literary snippets and mythologies to life. She calls them psychological landscapes – her persistent inner voices made real.

Each piece is pretty small in scale, but they all pack a lot of intricate stitches. She uses a needle more expressively than tradition dictates – as more of a sketching tool.

Kingdom explores relationships, domesticity, self-perception with subtlety through her beautiful needlework.

Visit Michelle’s website


SE1 Insiders


Lee Miller explored the impact of WW2 on women’s lives through photography.

Starting as a fashion model, she became one of the most important female war photographers of the century as a correspondent for Vogue – snapping events including the London Blitz and the liberation of Paris.

This is a rare chance to see items never before on display from her collection including art and personal items as well as photographs.

Imperial War Museum, 15th October – 24th April

Jane Long 5

Reading Material


Costica Acsinte was a documentary photographer during World War 1, and when he returned to Slobozia in his home country of Romania, he took photos of the local residents.

Fast forward nearly a century, to Australia, where artist Jane Long has discovered Acsinte’s archive of glass plate photographs, and has reimagined and digitalised them in colour.

The results are playful and often surreal scenes that extend around classic looking subjects.

See Jane Long’s images.

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