London's best park cafés
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The realisation of a lifetime ambition for owner David S. Levin, this decadently grand kosher cafe and restaurant (no dairy) feels very much in the style of The Ivy/Caprice, and it is close to Primrose Hill and Hampstead Heath. There's a vast open kitchen with a copper canopy, high ceilings and huge chandeliers. Head chef Steven Ellison has an impressive CV, joining from Bob Ricard and The Ivy Club, and their GM is from the The Ivy/J.Sheekey stable too. Open from breakfast (challah French toast with pear compote and maple syrup as well as shakshuka) through bagels and salads for lunch, to European classics at supper: including chicken schnitzel and salt beef.
Tish is a luxurious and elegant addition to an appealing area (not only for Jewish foodies) that is otherwise underwhelmed in good dining.
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