We’re already big fans of Evelyn’s Table, the tiny basement restaurant at The Blue Posts (check it out on our LOTI Top Eats map), but now the little Chinatown pub has got even better with the launch of a new lunch menu.
The menu’s been designed by Luke Robinson, who’s also in charge of Evelyn’s Table, and is geared towards simple (mostly) Italian-style dishes that are prefect for a lunch break. We were very happy to find one of our favourite dishes from ET on the menu, the knockout steak tartare, which is every bit as good as we remembered it – if there’s a better one in London, we ain’t found it yet.
Our other starter was pure simplicity, a ball of creamy burratina and fresh Sicilian tomatoes covered in a touch of olive oil, but was spot on nonetheless. For mains we can definitely recommend getting the spaghetti carbonara, and the fritto misto roll – lightly fried seafood in a soft brioche roll with tartar sauce. We also spotted the pretty incredible-looking burger with goat’s cheese heading to another table and we’ll definitely be back for that one soon.[easy-image-collage id=112837]
Perched up at the bar here on a summer’s day with a glass of wine and a couple of dishes, The Blue Posts is definitely one of our favourite lunches in London right now.
28 Rupert Street, London, W1D 6DJ