Sometimes you’re craving a trip out of London, maybe even just to sit in a cosy country pub for dinner. Sod getting on the train, you can satisfy that craving right here in the city at the hicce hart. With its wooden floorboards, roaring fire, low ceilings and menu of elevated British classics you’ll feel transported to a remote gastropub – but will still be within TfL-ing distance of your own bed. An offshoot of Pip Lacey and Gordy McIntyre’s hicce, the hart brings the flagship’s ethos to the new neighbourhood, centring around a carefully curated menu of excellent pub grub, courtesy of head chef Charlotte Harris (previously of Fallow). This is not just a go-to pub for locals, it’s a destination for foodies who are after an unfussy but quality food offering. Drinks include the likes of craft beer pints and biodynamic wines and the food menu changes regularly but, if you can, get the fantastically chewy orecchiette.