Since Monty's Deli opened as a market stall in 2012, its owner, Mark, has been obsessed with creating the perfect pastrami and beef sandwiches. Monty's Deli is one of the only places in Britain to make their own salt beef and pastrami. The deli is proud to say that they produce everything by hand, from their bagels and rye bread, to their cured meat and mustard. Their award winning sandwiches are generously portioned, and at Monty's Deli you are sure to find amazing Jewish soul food made with nothing but love and a few secret family recipes.
Chef Anthony Demetre is one of London's most highly regarded chefs with over 25 years of cooking experience. He opened Wild Honey in 2007 to serve modern European dishes while showcasing French techniques and fine British seasonal ingredients. At Wild Honey, Chef Anthony wants each visitor to feel special, whether they come to dine for business or for pleasure. The items on their fine menu are even more delicious when paired with a drink from the extensive cocktail and wine lists.
Honey & Co. opened in 2012 as a tiny restaurant serving traditional Middle Eastern food. Here you will find cookies and cakes on the counter, jams to buy off the shelf, and tahini on everything. After moving to London from Northern Israel, and before opening Honey & Co., Sarti Packer trained in cooking school, worked at the Orrery in Marylebone, rolled pasta by the beach, ran an all day bistro, made truffles on the 8th floor of the OXO tower, headed the pastry section in Ottolenghi, and set up Nopi in Soho as the executive chef. Itamar Srulovich, Sarti's husband and business partner, is also from Israel. Itamar began his life in the kitchen at Orna & Ella in Tel Aviv. After he got married and moved to London, he cooked in the Oxo tower and headed the kitchen in Ottolenghi before setting up Honey & Co with his wife. Together, with the help of their incredible team, the couple run the cozy Middle Eastern restaurant where customers can enjoy fresh and flavorful Middle Eastern cuisine in the heart of London.
The Palomar is a Soho restaurant serving ethnic foods with inspirations from Jerusalem, but influenced by mixes of cultures from North Africa and Southern Spain. This unique influence, combined with the restaurant's contemporary approach, creates a dining experience unlike any other. The restaurant features a 16 seat kitchen bar with a view of the kitchen and marble floors that lead to an intimate back dining room. This space has dark oak panels lining the walls, a reclaimed parquet floor, banquette seating, and a skylight flowing with natural light.
Nopi is a Soho-based restaurant with a menu full of bold flavors and platters full of salads. It is owned by an Israeli-born chef who believes that the menu should change with the seasons. However, a few signature dishes, like the courgette and manouri fritters, coriander seed-crusted burrata with slices of blood orange, and Valdeón cheesecake, are always available. Nopi has a great wine list with classic options and organic wines, as well as rustic varieties from the Mediterranean.