Mauritian born Head Chef, Jean-Didier Gouges has created a menu for Tavern at 15 that is a true Fine Dining experience and together with the rather unique decor offers to its customers a mouth watering culinary treat . The city eateries can sometimes come across as ‘old school’ or even stuffy, not at Tavern at 15 . Trendy and smart but still projects a city-like atmosphere. Coated with elegant concrete and terracotta colours and very clever use of lighting the scene is set for an almost theatrical way to enjoy your breakfast lunch or dinner.
Any good restaurant must from the moment it opens it’s door make it’s mark and Tavern at 15 has succeeded in doing this. Instantly creating signature dishes such as the Lobster burger that to be frank I consumed with an eager relish. The cuisine at Tavern 15 is innovative and flavourful. opting to try as our starters the Stonebass Carpaccio pepper and Gilled Corn Marintaed in Citrus. very refreshing on the palate. and the very moorish Chicken Liver Parfait, Peach Gel , Warm Brioche, quirky as it came in a tiny and individual Kilner jar.
The second choice for our main , was the 28 Day aged Grilled Sirloin steak, some would save this is a safe option and not very experimental when it comes to trying the dishes in a new restaurant, I disagree get a basic dish right and everything else is a bonus. Tavern at 15 know how to cook a steak.
With a well structured wine and cocktail list to partner the food, Tavern at 15 is a pleasant alternative to Soho
Tavern at 15, is at the London Capital Club, 15 Abchurch Lane London EC4N 7BW
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Opening hours: 07:30 am – 10:00 pm
Serving hours: 07:30 am – 10:00 am Breakfast / 12:00 pm – 9:30 pm Lunch and Dinner