A Canadian restaurant modelled on Vancouver's West 4th St area; poutine, maple syrup and mac & cheese are staples of the menu.
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This Parson’s Green yearling is a tribute to the Canadian West Coast, and is named after the Vancouver street where founders Livia Boumeester and Louisa Stevenson-Hamilton hung out when they lived there. “Don’t expect stars; do expect earthy comfort food.” Poutine – the chips, cheese curds and gravy combo that is Canada’s gift to a hungry world – is on the menu, along with “the best mac ’n’ cheese around”.
Canadian-inspired brunch is coming to Parson’s Green at this October 2021 newcomer. Friends Livia Boumeester and Louisa Stevenson-Hamilton will launch the 1,800 square foot venue with 60 covers serving brunch through the day and wine and charcuterie in the evening, the aim being to ‘emulate Vancouver’s relaxed, convivial hospitality scene’.
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|Wine per bottle||£27.00|
175 New King's Road, London, SW6 4SW
|Wednesday||9:30 am‑3:30 pm, 6 pm‑10 pm|
|Thursday||9:30 am‑3:30 pm, 6 pm‑10 pm|
|Friday||9:30 am‑3:30 pm, 6 pm‑10 pm|
|Saturday||9:30 am‑3:30 pm, 6 pm‑10 pm|
|Sunday||9 am‑3:30 pm|