After smashing a pop-up on Heddon Street, Fallow found a permanent home taking over the Duck & Waffle Local site in St James’s. With two chefs previously of Dinner by Heston at the helm, Fallow is big on sustainability and prides itself on sourcing the best ingredients. Sundays are quite the feast with a menu that displays a huge offering; snacks, big plates, sides and even a healthy amount of black truffle to accompany any dish (£10 a pop), as well as their Sunday roasts. Snacks are pretty fun with their corn ribs being a firm fave. Their smoked beef dandy ribs are also pretty impressive, super soft and damn tasty. Roasts involve prime cuts of meat, with venison, pork and beef being on the list for the carnivores and one option for veggies. All come with roast potatoes, an impressively huge Yorkshire pudding, glazed carrots, red cabbage, cavolo nero and a huge jug of gravy, which could only be bettered if it came with a straw. The produce is obviously excellent and this shows in how great the food tastes. The only neg is the price tag – you are paying for this privilege and the roast alone will set you back £30. Still foodies in a position to splash the cash will appreciate it.