The phrase "seasonal British" might have once seemed puzzling but with seasonal ingredients very much in vogue and British cuisine making a name for itself, this handsome, hip, and sceney Lower East Side (almost Chinatown) restaurant is worth a visit. The menu is eclectic but full of excellent choices. Think green curried monkfish, a cheeseburger served with duck fat fries, pork sausage and mussel stew, and, as the name vaguely suggests, plenty of farm-to-table fresh veggie
dishes. Match that with quality craft British brews and potent cocktails and you'll be championing English cuisine in no time.