Sustainable Seafood pop-up restaurant Claw secures permanent site

01 September 2017 by
Sustainable Seafood pop-up restaurant Claw secures permanent site

After two years of pop-ups in restaurants and bars, Claw has secured a permanent site in Soho, London, which will open in the autumn.

The 50-seat restaurant will open on Kingly Street for breakfast, lunch and dinner, offering responsibly sourced produce from Britain's coast.

Breakfast dishes will include bacon and scallop muffin; herb and potato hash; and chilli scrambled egg with crab and samphire.

Lunch and dinner dishes include crab mac and cheese; pork stuffed squid with kaffir lime; duck nuggets; and trout poke.

Soft drinks, cocktails and beer will also be available.

Claw was founded in 2015 by Fabian Clark when he discovered that Britain exports approximately 80% of its crab to the rest of Europe and Asia, rather than using it on home grounds.

The restaurant deals directly with fishermen to ensure quality and keep costs down.

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