Each plate can only be described, as a masterpiece in its own right. Every dish as different in structure, flavour and finish as a row of artworks in a gallery.  In my opinion, there is nowhere in London quite like it. It’s the main reason I keep coming back. The menu combines both the healing nature of food with the taste and presentation of a Michelin star restaurant.

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And if you think you don’t like kale chips, wait until you try these ones – we don’t know what magic dust the kitchen sprinkled on them but they were GOOD. The desserts, both the doughnut special (which on our visit came with a salted caramel topping) and the raw chocolate tart, were probably the most impressive in that they felt extremely indulgent even though they were vegan.

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Highlights during an early visit here included soft griddled scoops of oyster mushroom given a seaside tang with seaweed tartare and artfully placed salty wild sea purslane, and a weekend-only, subtly spiced dhosa for self-assembly. A star spot for all-day grazing.

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