Roshni and I pass 106 Baker St all the time, glaring into the restaurant since their food always looks amazing. We finally got to go this week and it was everything I had expected, the restaurant was cute and simple and the food was great. There was a mix of smaller tables and one large communal table.
Daniele Pampagnin, who is better known for TOZI in Victoria & former head chef at Shorditch House, founded the restaurant. All the ingredients are fresh and sourced locally from markets and everything is freshly made at the there and then.
We both had the £7.50 lunch deal that consisted of a main and three salads. Roshni and I both had the salmon and then had a selection of salads: pearl barley, quinoa and butternut quash, tomato mixed cous cous & an incredibly smooth hummus. The menu changes everyday based on the ingredients. Honestly, we thought what we got was great value for money, the food was piled on and we both found it difficult to finish the amount we were given.
We sat there for a while because the atmosphere of the restaurant was so pleasant, the service was nice and the décor is pretty, although we didn’t have any desserts this time – I will have to go back to try them.
Shaleena & Roshni
What we’re listening to: ‘Move on Up’ Curtis Mayfield