Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Whyte & Brown at Carnaby Street

This was one of those completely accidental finds. Hidden away in a courtyard off Carnaby Street is this lovely modern styled pub/restaurant. The decor is very minimalist with industrial fittings including a tap and pipes visible all over. The staircase up to the restaurant is glass and modernist yet the wooden floors still make it feel rustic almost. Despite these photos, this place was super busy, and the bar downstairs was pretty full
Food was served on slate and on wooden boards as well as the moor traditional plates, and sides of fries came in tin cups as you can see in the picture above. Perhaps the best thing, was the side of mac & cheese that came in it's own little frying pan, which was adorable.
I ordered a grilled vegetable kebab with hallomi and a salad and it was truly gorgeous, I then had a steamed apple desert and honestly my tastebuds have not been happier. One of the nicest places I've been to while in London, and I'd love to visit again, especially as the prices are quite purse friendly!
(also potentially lovely valentines idea?)
Any other secret London spots you know of? Let me know!

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