Brandy Daisy (£9.50)

Our house drink: ignore the ‘brandy’ part, and instead focus on the floral highs and peachy tones. OK: have you ever seen those videos where semi-emotional celebrities try and describe how good Rihanna smells? This basically tastes like that. It tastes like Sheldon on the Ellen show, trying not to cry. 

A Lychee Story (£10)

Hard to eat a lychee, day-to-day, because…well. I don’t want to say it on here but. They are very ‘testicular’, aren’t they? Anyway we’ve stomped them down into a refreshing, beachy little drink, so you don’t have to think about that again. Stop thinking about it! 

Champagne Daiquiri (£10) 

“Uh well actually champagne is made exclusively from the grapes of—” shut UP, nerd! We just made an acid base with the same flavour profile then added rum and made it fizzy! It’s better! Shut up!

Buck Me Up (£10.50)

No normal way of saying it: you know how you feel like a saucy little bitch when you smoke a silly vape? Maybe you’re wearing sunglasses, maybe you’re wearing a leather jacket. But you really do feel like you’re important. This drink will give more-or-less the exact same feeling. You’re going to act up and send some texts after this one, let me tell you.

That’s A Mole! (£10.50)

Mea culpa – on the last menu we had a drink that we said was great for fans of the spicy margarita. It wasn’t, we’re sorry. This one is.

Last Mango In Paris (£10.50) 

Cognac is no longer the weirdly exclusive domain of ‘New York rappers in the ‘90s’ and ‘your dad at Christmas’. You can have it now, too, with some mangoes we had to fight elbows-out for at Whitechapel Market 

Turner Fraise (£10)

You know how whenever you got the Beano in the ‘90s there was sometimes a free sweet sellotaped to the front of it? You never saw the sweet in shops. The sweet never existed beyond the front of the Beano, once. But you got a free sweet and a comic to boot, and that was a great Thursday. This drink tastes like all of those Beano sweets, at once. If this reference means nothing to you then you’re going to have to go on guesswork, sorry. I don’t know if the Dandy did sweets because I really was a Beano boy. I mean you can’t argue with Dennis the Menace, can you? God and Minnie the Minx. The Beano really was blockbuster, wasn’t it. Maybe I’ll go and get a Beano. 

Pink Panther (£11) 

Unexpected smoke never normally a good thing: that pizza you left in the oven when you were drunk, remember, and it turned into a big black frisbee, and all your housemates laughed at you (“Oi don’t let him have a pizza!” – Matt, mate, it’s been seven years). Here, however, good: deep smoky mezcal over floral Turkish Delight, without anyone having to have a very chilling conversation about why the smoke alarm didn’t go off.

Tomato Cosmopolitan (£10.50) 

You know that summer when you went a bit weird and tried to grow tomatoes out of a big sack of soil you kept out on a sunless balcony? And every time you gave the tomatoes plant food you secretly wondered what it might taste like? Just a swig, couldn’t hurt, could it? Just… just a sip? Well, yes, it really could. This tastes like how you thought that would taste, but is far less likely to kill you. 

Our seasonal twist on the classic old fashioned – for our birthday month we’ve rescued some brunch fizz and made a salted Prosecco & pineapple syrup, stirred down with Havana 7 rum and a dash of Angostura bitters.

Banana Boulevardier (£11.50)

Always tried to get into whiskey, haven’t you, but it’s sometimes quite hard to get over ‘the taste’. Too peaty. Too challenging. Sometimes it just tastes, simply, like an uncle’s breath. This – corn whiskey smoothed out with banana bitters and a little sweet vermouth – tastes how you always thought whiskey would taste when you saw villains drinking it by fireplaces in films. As in: nice.

Sherry Woo Woo (£7 Low ABV)

If ‘the act of throwing your knickers at Tom Jones in the 1970s’ could be distilled into a drink, then this would be it. Exhilarating, of course, but then inevitably the lifetime of shame. A lot of people are saying I should stop writing these menus while drinking the drinks on the menu. That it all stops really making sense past description #2 or #3. No!

Tequila Con Verdita (£4 / 3 for £10)

Two shots: one a perfect, Whole Foods-style green drink, and then a single measure of good tequila. It’s very ‘Gwyneth Paltrow smoking one cigarette a week’, if that makes sense. 

Martiny (£5)

We extremely voided the warranty on what our lawyers are insisting we call a ‘branded herb-based liqueur machine’ to make it pump out teeny tiny, ice-cold Beefeater martinis. 

House Cordials (£3..50/£7.50)

Our house cordials, available as a highball (with soda) or gimlet (with NA gin) – with Hay, Mango or Citrus cordials

Bar Food

Nocarella Olives (VE/GF) £4
Salt & Pepper Almonds (VE/GF) £3

Bread & Butter  (V/VE) £4

Oast sourdough and butter or EVOO

Mexican black beans (V) £6

Stewed spiced black beans topped with cheddar cheese and served with tortilla chips

Croquettes £7

Jamon Iberico or Mushroom

Tortilla Chips (VE) £6

served with salsa verde, salsa rojo and guacamole



Slow Cooked Pork Shoulder with Orange, Cinnamon, Cumin, Garlic & Oregano

Beef Tinga

Beef Brisket Slow Cooked with Guajillo & Ancho Chillies, Chipotle, Tomato & Onion

Aubergine Pibil

Aubergine & Black Beans In Achiote & Garlic Sauce (VE)

Served as:

Tostada (£7) Fried Corn Tortilla topped with Your Choice + Guacamole, Lime Pickled onion, Salsas & Coriander

Tacos (£9) – 3 Corn Tortillas Loaded with Your Choice + Lime Pickled Onion, Salsa Verde, Coriander

Burrito (£13) – Large Wheat Tortilla Stuffed with your Choice + Mexican Rice, Cheddar, Black Beans, Guacamole, Lettuce, Coriander Cream, Salsa Verde

Margarita Blondie (V)  £7

White Choc Blondie With Tequila/Agave/Lime Drizzle + vanilla ice cream


Breakfast Burrito £10

Migas Scrambled Eggs (With onion & Tortilla Chips), Cheddar, Guacamole, Baby Spinach, Spiced Rice, Black Beans, Chipotle Salsa

+ Streaky Bacon £2

Chilaquiles £10

2 Fried Eggs on Tortilla Chips with Salsa Verde & Chipotle Salsa, Avocado, Queso Fresca & Coriander.

Miso Croque Monsieur £10 (£12 with fried egg)

Croque Monsieur with miso bechamel.

Smoked Haddock Rarebit £11

Smoked Haddock Rarebit on sourdough toast.

Latke Waffle £12 

Latke waffles with crispy fried egg and streaky bacon.

Feta & Avocado Waffle (VE) £12

Poppyseed & Turmeric Waffle with avocado, vegan feta, mint, pomegranate seeds and pomegranate molasses.

Granola Waffle £12

Fruity overnight oat waffle with greek yoghurt, honey, mint and fresh berries