It’ll be the first solo project from highly international chef Yuma Hashemi, who’ll be bringing together experience gleaned not only in his hometown of Berlin, but in Sweden, Portugal, Bordeaux, Chicago and San Francisco, until eventually landing in London’s The Chancery. The chef has now settled on Rosebery Avenue for his new venture, where he will be exploring such worldwide flavours with much emphasis on through fermenting, smoking, salting and pickling.
Stand out dishes are likely to include pickled oysters with rose harissa kimchi, salt-pickled vegetables with a Persian style herb pancake called coucou sabzi. Other creative dishes may include meadowsweet infused Bouillabaisse and mead sorbet with sorrel, ginger and lime
Prices will range from around £5 for a sharing dish up to £25 for larger plates, and there’s plans for a £40 tasting menu which will span five courses.
Caffeine junkies will also be pleased to know that speciality coffee will play a central role in the restaurant.
The restaurant will be small, seating only 30, with a large open kitchen.
Price: Dinner for two including drinks: £80.00+ 5 course tasting menu £40.00 per head
|What||The Drunken Butler restaurant London|
|Nearest tube||Farringdon (underground)|
03 Nov 17 – 09 Nov 18, Open for breakfast, lunch Mon-Fri 12-2pm, dinner Wed-Sat 6pm-10pm