After three years of dereliction, this disadvantaged space beneath a block of Barbican flats has given rise to a welcoming restaurant. Something of a tardis, its nooks and crannies stretch back much further than you’d expect, their individual character at odds with the brutalist architecture on view outside. This contrast is best appreciated from rear tables overlooking the Barbican lake. The menu mixes Mediterranean flavours with Brit hits like fish and chips, before rounding off with comforting puds and cheeses from Neal’s Yard.
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