Going Native means eating wildly

by Newsdesk - Monday February 22, 2016 12:02 pm

Native is a new restaurant specialising in game, wild food and rare breeds and showcases some of the most underappreciated and overlooked meats, vegetables and fish found in Britain today.

The lunch and dinner menus constantly change with seasonal demand and feature twists on familiar dishes, such as their signature Wood Pigeon Kebab and Southern Fried Rabbit, alongside foraged and vegetarian dishes. With starters and desserts from £5 and mains from £11, examples from the menu include:

  • Braised Chicory, Walnut, Buttermilk
  • Raw Sussex Venison, Treacle Cured Pheasant Egg, Hayonnaise
  • Charred Cauli, Rye Bay Scallop, Tentsuyu Broth, Pennywort
  • Confit Trout, Wood Ear Speltotto, Bone Marrow
  • Pigeon, Liquorice Ash, Artichoke Puree, Pickled Turnips
  • Pickled Pear, Winter Cress, Lord of the Hundreds

The drinks menu highlights British wines, beers and ciders as well as a regularly changing seasonal cocktail. Examples from the menu include:

  • Nyetimber ‘Classic Cuvee’ West Sussex, England
  • Three Choirs ‘Winchcombe Downs, Gloucester, England, 2013
  • Bolney Pinot Noir, West Sussex
  • Wild Beer Co. 'Ninkesi', Somerset
  • Hawkes Urban Orchard Apple Cider, London and Somerset, England

Set over two floors the ground floor features counter seating surrounding an open plan kitchen, window high-tables looking out onto Neal’s Yard. A dining area in the basement has handcrafted wooden tables to compliment the driftwood paneling.

www.eatnative.co.uk

3 Neal’s Yard

Covent Garden

WC2H 9DP

T: 020 3638 8215

@eatnativeuk hello@eatnative.co.uk

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