The hugely popular Native restaurant is moving to a new home in Southwark
After three hugely successful years at No. 3 Neal’s Yard, the talented team at Native are excited to announce they will be moving across town to a new, larger home.
The Covent Garden restaurant will close its doors to guests after dinner service on Saturday 19th May and re-open on Tuesday 5th June at 32 Southwark Street, SE1 1TU.
The new Native will continue to celebrate all that founders Ivan Tisdall-Downes and Imogen Davis believe in: entirely British produce, zero waste, and a profound respect for the natural environment.
The team champion locally sourced ingredients, supporting small, independent suppliers and micro farms as well as incorporating home-grown and self foraged food onto their menus.
Native initially started as a pop-up in 2015, and has become one of London’s most influential eco-conscious restaurants. This next chapter hopes to be just as successful, with the new restaurant seating 60 guests.
The daily changing menu will see many familiar Native dishes, such as:
• Fallow deer with caramelised cauliflower and carrot top salsa verde
• Fermented truffle potato risotto with tamari and spenwood
Native’s much loved ‘Chef’s Wasting Snacks’ will also be on the menu in the new restaurant – a creative selection of canapés where Ivan makes imaginative use of produce that in many other kitchens would be discarded.
The wine list focuses on a concise selection of European wines boasting a range of natural, organic and biodynamic labels.
There will also be a dedicated bar area with a seasonal cocktail list celebrating the synergy between bar and kitchen. Old favourites such the Sea Buckthorn Negroni, designed by Ivan and Imogen, will join the menu alongside new creations.
Make it happen
When: Native will be open Tuesday to Saturday, 12.30-14.30 for lunch and 18.00-22.00 for dinner
Bookings: Reservations are open now and can be made online at www.eatnative.co.uk
Where: 32 Southwark Street, SE1 1TU