Newman Street Tavern, London

11 January 2013
Newman Street Tavern, London

Peter Weeden, former head chef at the Paternoster Chop House, has opened his first solo venture. The restaurant is spread over two floors, comprising a ground-floor bar and raw bar, and an informal first-floor dining room featuring dark wooden floors, antique tables, vintage chairs and a fireplace.

Opened 30 November
Owners Peter Weeden, Nigel Sutcliffe, James McLean and Jerome Armit
Head chef Peter Weeden
Capacity 90 downstairs, 50 upstairs
Menu Typical dishes will include hot cockles and laver; Cornish fish soup; cod, salsify and bacon; quail, apple and black pudding; grilled Galloway wing rib; pouting, cucumber and brown shrimp; with desserts such as pear and quince crumble and Banbury cakes.
Average spend £40
Address 48 Newman Street, London W1T 1QQ
Telephone 020 3667 1445

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