The restaurant has been stunningly updated with reclaimed furniture and fittings, intricately detailed high ceilings in keeping with the listed building, and elegant yet welcoming bay windows.
The restaurant has been re-designed to encourage interaction and a sense of stylish comfort, with high sharing tables and a private dining room, perfect for intimate dinners, events and family gatherings.
Whether it’s a traditional recipe or a modern take on it, Scoff & Banter embodies Great British seasonal food, accompanied by craft beers and pairing wines (menus available on request).
Director of Food and Beverage, Russ Brown, who has launched various dining concepts for Edwardian Group London this year, said:
“We’re really excited about this re-design. We want to welcome local people who want to meet for dinner, coffee or a catch up with the newspapers.
As with our other restaurants, we’re focused on providing great food and wine list, with top-class service and expert chefs. This is the first of the Scoff & Banter offerings we’re re-launching and we’re looking forward to becoming a focal point for the neighbourhood.”