By Lynn Reynolds, writer: longtime EastEnder, sometime Bermondseyite.
Descend the steps into 28 Church Row, and you immediately enter into a different, more charming world. It’s more charming than even the habitual discreet appeal of Hampstead would suggest. Believe me – that’s charming.
Iberian and Italian small plates is what this restaurant does, and they’re charming, too. We especially enjoyed our Serrano ham croquettes, courgette flower—tiny courgette attached—stuffed with goat’s cheese and drizzled with honey, and chargrilled octopus with capers.
Everything about this pretty cellar bar and restaurant is just right. From the genuine friendliness of the ultra-competent staff to the carefully curated wine list (wines served, I must note, at exactly the right temperature), you feel you’re in good hands from the very beginning.
28 Church Row – 28 Church Row, London NW3 6UP – Tel: 020 7993 2062
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