Nova Victoria’s Rail House Cafe (sister-site to Fitzrovia’s Riding House Cafe) is enormous; there’s a gorgeous horseshoe bar and private dining area up top, the main restaurant with a central bar and open kitchen on the ground floor, and an outdoor terrace that opens up during the warmer months. Thanks to the insta-worthy interiors the space doesn’t feel overwhelming though. The mismatched-chic vibe, with lots of washed wood, tiles, velvet, leather and rattan makes it feel lived-in and luxurious at the same time. Like its sister, brunch is where its at here, with the likes of Eggs Burgerdict (a jammy poached egg, dry-aged beef and special hollandaise sauce all stuffed into an English muffin), deep dish pancakes, and smashed avo with dill salsa, flame-grilled sourdough & seed dukkah on offer. That’s not to say lunch and dinner aren’t worth a go too – the menu covers everything from bowls and skewers to grill dishes and burgers.