Discover the robust and distinctive flavours of some of Britain’s most overlooked but delicious game meats, vegetables and fish at this restaurant specialising in wild ingredients.
With an ever-changing seasonal menu, dine on familiar classics with a twist such as smoked pollock croquettes with lovage mayo, or go adventurous with the gamey pigeon kebab and southern fried rabbit alongside full-flavoured seasonal vegetables.
You can also choose from a range of British wines or regularly changing cocktails.
|Average main course||£15.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£25.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
3 Neal's Yard
Seven DialsWC2H 9DP
- +44 20 3638 8214
Top 5 reviews of Native
British food at its best!
Everything was cooked and seasoned to perfection!
Started with the bread (topped with garlic butter or smth) and from the wasting menu (left overs from the a la carte menu) the labneh, blackberries dukkah, lovage oil and pea shoots! The bread was sooo good and complimentary so even better.
My friend and I shared the starter of grouse, cobnut, hedgerow berries and... more
OMG this place has amazing food. A work source and I met here for lunch today and we got the £20 two course option (pricey for lunch but you get what you pay for). I ordered the Jerusalem Artichoke, English Grains, Lincolnshire Poacher, Watercress (n) as a starter and the Slow Roast Cauliflower, Isle of Mull Cheddar, Braised Onions, Ricotta as a main. I also got the Charred January King... more
Food is good and unique. It's a good option if you have someone from another country and look for a British cuisine but distinctive and modern. You can also their original cocktail, which was also fabulous! more
Amazing dinner! We happened upon this gem of a restaurant as we were staying nearby. So glad we did! Definitely up and coming to stardom. Just opened in 2016, and doing amazing fresh, wild and whole foods in creative, beautiful and tasty ways. All the food was outstanding but they really shine especially strong on vegetables, which I appreciate as a mostly-vegetarian. Highly recommended! more
Went there on a relatively quiet mid-week evening for dinner. Took almost an hour for the kitchen to prepare our mains - and the restaurant was hardly busy. When our mains finally arrived, we asked the waitress if the kitchen could get our dessert ready because we were in a rush. Once we finished our mains, we waited another 5mn for the dessert. Still nothing. Finally had to leave the... more