What better way to start the week than with a new restaurant to get you dreaming about next weekend already?
I mean, it is just 3.5 days away! #GodBless4DayWeeks
The sun seems to finally have found its way to London, taking a stroll into Covent Garden one of the very best things to do!
Wandering the cobbled streets is the best way to build up an appetite.
Once you’re good & hungry, make your way to Neal’s Yard colourful hidden courtyard, marvel at how truly adorable it is, then get yourself a table at Native.
A greenery-adorned, garden-in-the-basement table, that is!
The menu is short, simple and changes pretty regularly.
Depending on how many people you are / how hungry you are, you might even be able to try it all!
Things started off on a high with the Pigeon Kebab with beet hummus and harissa.
An Eastern-Europe-meets-the-Middle-East kind of dish and an absolute success!
Followed by an Easter special of Rabbit dumplings with wild garlic and pickled walnuts.
So simple, yet elegant and perfectly balanced and probably my favourite of all dishes.
For mains, we shared Goat cutlets with cauliflower puree, roast carrot and wild garlic.
A nice, comforting dish that could only have been improved by a couple of extra spoonfuls of that delicious, zingy herb dressing!
All washed down with glass after glass of Native’s homemade Elderflower cordial.
Fresh, subtle and elegant, it’s something truly special and you must make sure to try it on your visit!
Just like the brilliant honeycomb-adorned Truffles.
Slightly salted, very rich and 100% decadent, they are what chocolate dreams are made of.
A truly exceptional ending to a lovely lunch and one you should definitely experience for yourself!
If you’re after seasonal food at its very best and a side of wandering in the spring sunshine, you really couldn’t do better!
Find Native online and make sure you book a table as it’s teeny-tiny (but oh so adorable!)