In Review: Fallow

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The Basics

52 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4RP
Number: 020 8017 1788
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Although Fallow is relatively new to the London restaurant scene, you will want to book your table well in advance. Having gained the attention of social media with their famous breakfast bun, Fallow has become a popular eatery since it’s opening in 2019. With something for everyone on the menu, their contemporary dishes using carefully sourced ingredients do not disappoint.

What you can expect

A menu that caters for everyone, and the most delectable sharing plates! We were greeted first by a friendly waiter, whose name, we have forgotten, after a few glasses of (very well recommended) wine. Having quickly glanced at the menu, we wanted everything! After some back and forth with our hugely knowledgeable waiter – we decided to let him take the reigns. We started off with the festive stuffing flatbread, which was Christmas in a bite! Shortly after, we enjoyed Chloe’s favourite – the famous corn ribs – which are slices of corn on the cob, fried and covered in a seasoning, which we could only describe as addictive. Next, Annie’s favourite, the flamed mussels coated in a bacon butter sauce, which were unforgettable! Lastly we halved the Fallow burger – covered in braised short rib, bacon, shallot, and cheese – just as sensational as the dishes that came before. We both agreed that Fallow would make the perfect lunch treat, and as soon as we left, we went to book again…

The venue

We were quickly greeted by the lovely ambience and warmth of the  restaurant. The lighting was intimate, and we did have to, embarrassingly, get our torches out to read the menu. The staff were nothing but exceptional and were clearly very well educated on the wine and food menu, which made us feel like we were in safe hands!

In summary

Considering we have already planned our next trip; we would highly recommend! Perfect spot for a business lunch, celebration and a dinner for your Principal’s family. Just make sure to order the corn ribs and mussels!

Author Tiger Contributor Tiger Recruitment Team

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