Restaurant

This week’s all vegan menu is inspired by the Souk el Tayeb, a weekly farmer’s market in the heart of Beruit. Created in 2004, Souk el Tayeb was the first market of its kind to open in Lebanon and it has since grown to become a beloved forum through which people can share food, traditions and hospitality in a way that has helped to bring local community together. 

A steaming bowl of Rana’s Lebanese chickpea and pomegranate stew infused with seven spices and garnished with fresh parsley and pomegranate arils, £8

Gently spiced pea and mint falafel served with a little bowl of lemon and tahini sauce, £8

Souk el Tayeb roasted freekeh and pomegranate salad with parsley and mint, £5

Batata harra, a spiced potato salad with cloves, coriander seeds, crushed chillies and warming turmeric sizzled in fresh lime juice, £5

A creamy roasted garlic hummus with plenty of lemon juice garnished with Aleppo pepper and lemon zest served with wholemeal sourdough, £5

A tasting plate with a little bit of everything is just £10

Sourdough bread or toast and salted butter, £1

A cute lunchbox to go, from £5

This week’s cake is my French almond, Sicilian blood orange and Madagascar vanilla cake served with Greek yoghurt and fresh raspberries, £5 (please note that this isn’t vegan)

Sunday brunch menu

Rob’s legendary Turkish-style eggs with feta, plum tomatoes, red chillies and spring onions served with wholemeal sourdough toast drizzled with Kalamata olive oil and garnished with fresh dill and pul biber, £8.50

My Salerno sweet red pepper frittata topped with rich and creamy fontina cheese served with peppery rocket leaves drizzled with Kalamata olive oil and wholemeal sourdough toast, £8

A steaming bowl of Rana’s Lebanese chickpea and pomegranate stew infused with seven spices and garnished with fresh parsley and pomegranate arils (vegan), £8

A creamy roasted garlic hummus with plenty of lemon juice garnished with Aleppo pepper and lemon zest served with wholemeal sourdough toast (vegan), £5

Sourdough toast with Maldon-salted butter and a selection of Angelika’s homemade jams, £5.50 

Drinks menu

Wines
A classic Italian prosecco with a fresh green apple and floral bouquet
£6 per glass or £25 per bottle
A mimosa, equal parts prosecco and freshly squeezed orange juice, £4.50
A glass of prosecco with a splash of Angelika’s homemade fruit cordial (blackcurrant, strawberry or raspberry), £4.50
The Fire Tree Fiano Terre Siciliane, an elegant and intensely fruity white wine
£5 per 175ml glass or £19 per bottle
Animus Vinho Tinto de Portugal, a warm fruity red wine with a touch of spice
£5 per 175ml glass or £19 per bottle

Teas, coffees and soft drinks
A cafetière of smooth Italian coffee, £2.50
English breakfast tea, a blend of Assam black tea and Ceylon black tea, £2.50
Earl Grey tea, a blend of
Ceylon black tea, bergamot oil, orange peel and calendula petals, £2.75
Moroccan mint tea, a blend of p
eppermint leaves and Chinese gunpowder green tea, £2.75
Lemon and ginger tea, a blend of g
inger, apple, lemon verbena, hibiscus, rosehip and lemon peel, £2.75
Angelika’s homemade low sugar fruit cordials (blackcurrant, strawberry or raspberry), £2.20

Freshly squeezed orange juice, £2.20

This week’s opening hours

Please note new opening hours for this week as the restaurant has been booked for private events on Wednesday and Thursday:

Friday and Saturday, lunch from 12pm to 4pm (last orders 2.30pm)
Sundays, brunch from 11.00am to 2pm (last orders 1pm)
Supper Club and pop-ups from 7pm to 9.45pm
Private events and celebrations