Location: Situated just off New Fetter Lane, on New Square Street, this is the second outlet for the Natural Kitchen in London, the first being in Marylebone. This was my first visit to Natural Kitchen, a Tuesday lunchtime, and all the rhetoric around its offering points to a truly organic, or locally sourced, seasonal restaurant. The interior is done up as you'd expect, in earthy tones, with scrubbed wooden furniture, and a farmers market feel (with the food-to-go counter masked by a hazel-like layered fence). The place felt immediately warm and inviting, and as I waved at my dining colleague, Anthony, across the room, our waitress waved back grinning. Yes, this was a good start. The place was soon packed out, generating a great buzz.
£13.50 for aged shorthorn burger, including chips.
|The Natural Kitchen - reserved yet delicious!|