Lupins, the modern British small plates restaurant off Flat Iron Square, has launched an express lunch menu so that busy workers can still enjoy that Lupins experience (and food) without being away from the office for too long. The menu features a larger dish, priced at £12, and you can add a glass of house wine, a beer or a softie and make it £15. We make that pretty good value for one of our fave restaurants in town. The dishes change weekly, depending on what fresh produce the chefs have been able to source, but have included crispy guinea fowl with zaatar, flatbread and tzatziki; mussels and white beans with fennel and gremolata; and slow-cooked pork belly marinated in fennel and lemon with pickles, sumac and flatbread, with veggie and vegan options available on request.[easy-image-collage id=114307]
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