We’re large followers of the 2 London Shell Co. barge eating places in Paddington Basin (particularly the Prince Regent which sails up the canal whereas lunch is served) so we had been delighted to listen to that they had been opening a brick and mortar retailer on Swain’s Lane simply reverse Hampstead Heath.
The positioning was initially a Bourne fishmonger, which made for a reasonably simple transition because it now doubles as each a fishmonger and a seafood bar. Just like the boats, the store has an epic collection of wines , to drink in or take away, together with their glowing Grand Duchess English wine which is a collaboration with Hattingley Valley wines and an effective way to begin your meal.
The direct seafood menu modifications regularly and, though it is fairly small, diners may also select fish from the show – most of it from the British Isles – which the kitchen will then put together. We had very tasty smoked cod roe with recent bread, juicy scallops cooked in Iberian pork fats (we ordered extra bread simply to mop that up), Dover sole in a butter sauce and a pile of crispy roasted potatoes with anchovies and pickled onions.
A creamy and bitter bread pudding with recent strawberries and a watermelon negroni set us up effectively for the quick stroll to the Heath reverse the place we fortunately collapsed right into a mound. Verdict: London’s latest Shell Co. is the proper place for a date.
Unit 4, Sonny Heights, Swains Lane, London N6 6AG
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