Fallow was the third pop-up to go in to the revolving space of 10 Heddon Street (the others being what became Manteca, and Pacific) and due to COVID, it had a slightly longer tenure than was expected. Now it’s moved to its very own permanent home just across the way at St James’s Market and things have been taken up another notch with a very sexy looking 65-cover dining room with a bar, wraparound terrace, and seven-seater chef’s counter overlooking the open kitchen. Style-wise, chefs Will Murray and Jack Croft are continuing the same sustainable approach that won them so many plaudits at the residency. At first glance the menu appears a bit overwhelming – there are snacks, breads, raw bar, small plates, large plates, grill, steaks and sides sections – but it’s full of gems, like caramelised cauliflower croquetas, fallow deer tartare with homemade crisps, mushroom parfait (made using mushrooms grown in the restaurant’s basement) confit cabbage, dairy cow fillet steak, and crispy boulangere potatoes. Chef Anna Williams who was previously Head Pastry Chef at Dinner by Heston, has joined the team and she’s certainly made her mark with the desserts so make sure to save room.