This Soho eatery focuses on contemporary Middle Eastern cuisines, with a particular influence from Jerusalem’s vibrant food scene. A selection of hot and cold dishes are prepared in the open kitchen, while dining is available at the zinc-topped bar.
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34 Rupert StreetSohoLondonW1D 6DN
- +44 20 7439 8777
My friend chose the Palomar for one of her last meals in London before she went back to Australia (sob.) I did really like the food, but I wouldn't rush back.
We'd heard that you could easily grab a table by the bar without booking, so I arrived early to put our name down. The lady at the front said someone had just cancelled, so they had a free table a bit later. This was all good, but she...more
The vibe, the ambiance, the food and the venue are all great. The final two dishes of Pork Belly Tagine and the Jerusalem Mess were delightful too. The Pork was cooked well and as a Tagine style dish, it is all about slow cooking. The glazed carrot and dry fruit were welcome friends to the pork and prevented the dish from becoming too samey.
The final Sweets, the Jerusalem Mess was a great...more
Everything we had was fantastic. The beetroot and goats cheese, with the beetroot in a half-way between cooked and turned-into-jam state, the hazlenuts and cheese slightly charred. And the fish casserole, with perfect fish in a tomato sauce (tho were warned it was spicy and it totally wasn't at all). And the pork tagine, which we were not warned was spicy and had a slight kick (well more...more
Probably one of my best meal in London. it's not cheap, but it's really worth it.
To start, the service was fantastic. The waiter explained us the menu in detail and also asked for any food allergies. When I told him I couldn't eat liquorice he went and check which dish might have some. Very thorough.
Then the food. We ordered kubaneh to start (a sort of fluffy brioche) because the neighbour...more
I had lunch here on my birthday this year. Having read glowing reviews from critics, I thought it was worth a try, especially as I hadn't had Israeli food much before. It's cool to eat somewhere that has a branch in another country
I snagged a seat at the kitchen counter where I could watch the new chefs being put through their paces. My excellent waitress helped me to choose the right amount...more