Popular Heddon Street restaurant Fallow is on the move. Having started out life as a 12 week pop-up at 10 Heddon Street back in 2020 (and then extended well beyond that), they've finally found a place they can call their permanent home. The space the team have taken over is the old Duck & Waffle site on St James's Market.
This new restaurant will have room for 150 diners and allows them to offer all-day dining. As with Heddon Street, there will be a terrace for alfresco dining and also a seven-seater chef’s counter with its own menu, overlooking the open kitchen. The new kitchen has space for a dry ageing room, allowing them to focus on whole-animal butchery - no wastage here.
If you're one of Fallow's loyal customer base, then you'll be pleased to hear that dishes like their corn ribs, mushroom parfait and fallow deer tartare will be on offer here. But there are loads of new dishes planned including:
- Smoked Pumpkin Skewer
- Sourdough flatbreads topped with Veal Tongue with Smoked Mayo
- Scallop Tartare with Dulse and Lemon dressed with an XO sauce made from the roe.
- Salmon Belly with Marrowbone Brioche and Chives
Plus, there'll be great meat to try from the grill including Dairy Cow sirloin steak and rib of beef and Cull Ewe mutton chops.
Dessert will be particularly worth making room for. New to the team is chef Anna Williams, previously Head Pastry Chef at Dinner by Heston. She's promising treats like Chelsea Tart with Caramelised Whey, a rotating ice creams list and desserts which will be paired with foraged cocktails.
As for the wine list, that'll mainly feature biodynamic wines which will be sourced as close to home as possible. Look out for Fallow's own wine that's been created with Renegade Urban Winery.
Given that Fallow was one of Hot Dinners readers' favourite new restaurants when it first opened, it'll be interesting to see what you make of the new place.
More about Fallow St James’s
Where is it? 2 St James’s Market, London SW1Y 4RP
When? 16 November 2021
How to book: book online
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