“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” Virginia Woolf (1882-1941) British novelist and essayist
This quote resonates with me so much, and if you agree and are ready for your mouth to water, then read on!
Some people like a traditional roast dinner on a Sunday, however, as I love seafood so much, the Scoff and Banter menu caught my eye. The contemporary British cuisine made me feel like I was having lunch at home cooked by a Michelin starred chef.
The Canary Wharf location has a stunning view over the river, right opposite the O2 arena. It is a very stylish restaurant, with an intimate feel at the same time. The perfect place for a romantic lunch for two, I went here with my boyfriend and we sat for a few hours we had such a great time!
What we ate at Scoff and Banter Canary Wharf??
Cornish crab cakes with chilli lime sauce
Prawn cocktail with spicy lemon mayo
Fish pie with salmon, cod and prawns in a creamy white wine sauce, served with lemon-steamed kale and peas
Our British beef burger with Lancashire Bomb melted cheese, smoked streaky bacon and chilli mayo with hand-cut chips
Warm Bramley apple crumble, served with Cornish clotted ice cream or vanilla custard
Berry and mint lattice pie with vanilla custard
Then the next day, as if all this food wasn’t enough, we tried out the Scoff and Banter in Kensington. I’m afraid this time the food didn’t last long enough for photos! This location is a traditional mansion style building right by Gloucester Road station. The waiters were so welcoming I’ve never had such amazing hospitality before!
Slow-roasted garlic mushrooms
with toasted sourdough
Baby spinach, goat’s cheese and walnut salad with honey balsamic dressing
Seared sea bass and tiger prawns, shaved fennel and radish salad with a lemon herb dressing
So if that has caught your eye… head over to the Scoff and Banter website now to book yourself a table!!!