The food & drink

Condé Nast House & Garden - - DEBUT - by christa ansell

hav­ing lived in Lon­don, my food crushes were all in one square mile: ot­tolenghi, car­a­van and Morito. The tri­fecta of de­sirous food (and colour and vi­brancy). our menu plays with the rich­ness of mod­ern Mid­dle-eastern cui­sine, from tahini, za’atar and cit­rusy su­mac to pomegranates and co­rian­der zhoug, and the in­ti­mate and in­for­mal shar­ing of dishes. cock­tails strike an in­no­va­tive bal­ance be­tween mixol­ogy and the clas­sics. names were cho­sen from par­tic­u­larly rad quotes from the play – epic For­ni­ca­tions, The Kind­ness of strangers, seven card stud. There’s even a Ten­nis-ee Wil­liams that is gar­nished with a ten­nis bis­cuit – get it?

clock­wise ceil­ing roses And cut crys­tal light fit­tings; The menu Brand­ing By jana + koos; The menu cham­pi­ons mid­dle eastern, plant­cen­tric TAPAS; The seven card stud cock­tail

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