The restaurant will offer sharing dishes from Coleman, which aim to celebrate “the noble vegetable and pairing colours as well as flavours”. Examples from the light menu include:
- Miso-glazed Tuna Carpaccio, Wasabi, Watermelon, Radish
- Smoked Haddock Scotch Egg, Tartar Sauce, Seaweed
- Harissa Quail with Pearled Cous-Cous, Sumac, Yoghurt
- Slow-Braised Lamb with Butterbean and Nettle Pesto
- Radicchio with Spiced Walnuts, Heritage Beetroot, Blood Orange and Quinoa
- Lemon Verbena Pannacotta with Lemon Curd, Meringues, Basil and Pistachio
- Rhubarb and Frangipane Tart, Spiced Syrup, Almonds, Vanilla
Alongside the stunning food menu will be a botanical cocktail menu consisting of a floral and herbaceous section, including Rosemary and Apricot Caipirinhas, Jasmine Collins and Honeysuckle Gin Fizzes.
The restaurant features a theatrical style and features an 80-cover dining area, layered with hand-painted furniture, frescoed ceilings and theatrical artwork. Designed to resemble a house, bookable spaces invite patrons to sit on the kitchen worktops, in the bedroom or in the bathtub.