113 Restaurant & Bar is a hidden gem inside the iconic Law Society building on Chancery Lane. Headed up by award-winning Chef Ranjit Salian, the seasonal menu features British classics cooked with a contemporary twist.
Exclusively open for lunch, dishes such as slow cooked ox cheeks can be found on the menu, as well as tandoori salmon with kachumber salad and green chutney; honey roasted pork belly, burnt with garlic kale, sautÃƒÂ©ed heritage carrots and dijon mustard jus.In Keeping with the British classics theme, desserts do not disappoint with lemon posset, black berry compot, almond tuile and a selection of British cheeses.
Group platters are also available and diners receive two complimentary bottles of wine when ordering two large platters.
The juxtaposition of the restaurant’s modern furnishings inside a 19th century building help 113 Restaurant & Bar stand out even more. The dÃƒÂ©cor is sleek, with an elegant finish and the warm green and brown colour tones create a relaxing atmosphere.
113 Restaurant & Bar also host a number of events including the popular Dawat evening, which is inspired by Ranjit’s Indian heritage and upbringing in Mumbai. The traditional menu is based on family recipes, as well as other regional dishes from India. The tasting menu is competitively priced at £27.95 per person for five courses with a glass of Prosecco on arrival. Gin Tasting nights can be booked for just £10 per person where guests can sample a range of gins and the class also includes a cocktail session.
113 Restaurant & Bar is one of the capital’s best kept secrets – it’s the ideal place for those who want quality British food in beautiful surroundings.
113 Restaurant & Bar
The Law Society
113 Chancery Lane