We make traditional British food, often influenced from the Victorian and Edwardian periods, whilst always suitably attired.
Our menu has, at various times, included, various devilled things (Devilled Pork Rolls, Pulled and Devilled Chicken, Devilled Kidneys), Kedgeree, Hand-cured Bacon and Scallop Rolls, Slow Guinness-Braised Brisket, Hand-Raised Pies and other such culinary treats from these shores.
We source as impeccably as possible, with all of our meat being free-range, rare-breed and currently supplied by the family-run farm at The Rare Breed Meat Company, our eggs coming from the free-range heritage Burford Brown hens of Clarence Court and our sustainably caught fish from one of the last family-run brick Grimsby smokehouses, Alfred Enderby.
We've also been a member of the benchmark collective for London street food, KERB, for 2 years, a 2012 British Street Food Awards finalist, one of The Independent's Top 50 Breakfast Spots in Britain and been noted in other such publications as The Guardian, The Telegraph, Time Out and others
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