What they say:
The chef team behind 108 Garage have been making waves in the culinary scene for awhile now, so the sound of a new venue by them is a bit exciting. But for this project, they aren’t going the traditional route by any means: Southam Street is set in a three-storey Victorian pub, and they’re converting it into a tower of food with each floor offering a different experience, though the focus on Japanese and Peruvian fusion food.
What we say:
You don’t just go to Southam Street for the food, darling, because there’s just so much more that they’re offering. The first floor is all about grilled vegetables, fish and meat cooked on the robata grill, but take a trip upstairs and you will be served a menu of Nikkei, which is Japanese and Peruvian fusion to you and me. If you fancy a tipple, you can head into their dedicated sake room, or go to the second floor tequila and mezcal bar – and you can become a private member there too.