Lupins brings British food fused with global flavours to Flat Iron Square in London Bridge.
Coming from the masterminds behind the innovative pop-up The Cooking Collective, the British restaurant has settled into the historic railway arches of Flat Iron Square. The interior keeps the exposed brickwork of the railway arch wall, while the rest is covered in light wood panelling. The venue features homely colours of pinks, greens and yellows, and the walls are adorned with poems written in rose gold font, which helps evoke a welcoming atmosphere.
The menu is made of smaller dishes and snacks created from seasonal British ingredients, which have been infused with flavours from around the globe to create something they call ‘sunshine food’. This means for the small plates, we get such selections as polenta crusted anchovies, wild garlic and onion salad, whereas on the snacks option there are tantalising additions such as the sumac lamb scrumpets and pomegranate molasses. For drinks, they offer craft beers, a monthly changing cocktails and a list of natural, organic and biodynamic wines from independent wine company Smashing Wines.
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£3.00|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.00|
|Bottle of House Wine||£20.00|
A word from the chef:
Lupins serves small plates and snacks made of seasonal British ingredients and refined with global flavours.
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