Mark Kimber and Harry Smith have opened their first restaurant, Plot, in Tooting’s Broadway Market.
Located a stone’s throw away from cousins Mark and Harry’s family homes, Plot uses suppliers from across the Isles and their local community to create a menu of small plates, showcasing the best of British. The kitchen is run by Giles Elstob, a chef with a experience in Michelin starred kitchens in the UK and Spain.
A converted unit in historic Tooting Broadway Market is the setting for Plot’s fifteen seat restaurant.
Giles has designed a concise menu that will change according to the British seasons, served from an open kitchen. With many of their suppliers located just around the corner, including meat from Chadwick’s on Tooting High Street, and fish from Moxons in Clapham South, locality is at the heart of Plot. Bar snacks include Stone-in-Oxney olives from Kent and cured meats and pickled beets from West Dorset.
Classic British staples are given a twist in the form of Chicken & smoked ham hock terrine with cider & honey mustard (£7), Roast cod with curried tartare sauce and scraps (£9.25), Braised beef cheek with pickled red cabbage and crispy onion (£9.25) and Charred hispi cabbage with brown butter & hazelnuts (£4.50). Two desserts of Seville orange Marmalade bakewell with clotted cream (£5.75) and Burnt cream and rhubarb (£5.50) will complete the evening offering.
Plot is open for breakfast, serving coffee and a host of pastries from The Celtic Bakers and at lunchtime, there will be a short menu designed for a quick bite. A Lincolnshire poacher toastie with sherry pickled onion (£6.50) will sit alongside lighter dishes such as Roast beetroot soup with horseradish cream (£5.50) and a Crispy garlic chicken caesar salad (£7).
Plot stock a host of British craft beers and serve classic cocktails made to order.
Wednesday: 6pm Ã¢â‚¬â€œ 12am
Thursday: 6pm Ã¢â‚¬â€œ 12am
Friday: 6pm Ã¢â‚¬â€œ 12am
Saturday: 12pm Ã¢â‚¬â€œ12am
Sunday: 12pm Ã¢â‚¬â€œ 5pm
70-72 Broadway Market
Tooting High Street