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New Wandsworth Restaurant Is Serving British-Asian Fusion And Orange Wines In A Former Brewery

Published . By Anisah Audu.

London Stock


Now Open

Wandsworth has a brand new dining destination, as London Stock welcomes diners through its listed doors. Located at what used to be a brewery in the Ram Quarter (that's a few minutes from Wandsworth Town station for you SW newbies), this slick restaurant is serving up a tasting menu that changes seasonally.

Sure, we see seasonal plates and tasting menus all the time, but London Stock is doing theirs a little differently. With Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef Assem Abdel Hady leading the kitchen, it's all about British fine dining that utilises Asian cooking techniques.

Think pork belly with kimchi, squash with yuzu and dessert in the form of a malt and miso soufflé with a side of stout ice cream. 7-courses will set you back £45, while the lunch menu offers a modest 3-courses for just £25. And in the drinks department? There's a range of distinctive cocktails alongside a wine list that sees everything from the usual red and white over to orange and fortified.