The newest addition to the Cubitt House family (which includes The Orange, The Alfred Tennyson and The Grazing Goat), The Beau Brummell takes its name after the OG dandy himself and is a modern gastropub championing the “farm-to-fork” experience.
Brummell’s name has become synonymous with good style, and while he may have gambled most of his money away, the restaurant is making sure to do the polar opposite. In fact, their work with the Green Earth Appeal raises money and awareness for sustainable farming. Additionally, their focus on British produce across the menu (even reaching the wine selection) means greater flavour and reduced emissions. Who knew sustainability could be so chic?
Taking pride of place in Soho, the sharing-style food offerings include spiced guinea fowl, crispy leg with potato and tomato relish, traditional breed wing rib with bone marrow butter and chunky chips, and whole baked lemon sole with brown butter and shrimps. Nevertheless, individual plates of plant-based, fish, beef, pork, game and poultry are also available.
To wash it down? As well as offering an expansive array of craft beer and handmade cocktails, the bar has an impressive collection of over 100 British wines. Supporting small producers and utilising a signature Coravin system, The Beau Brummell aims to ensure all guests get the best results of suitable sourcing.