Resurrected resto brings back the meat
Despite receiving glowing reviews even within its own name, 140yr-old Farringdon stalwart QCH went out in the recession, but's now returned to reclaim its glory in its Grade 2 listed building, with its b/w tile floor supporting familiar oak pews ideal for the practice of meat worship
They did take the opportunity to completely redo the menu, and now the quality chops include huge cuts of middle white pork paired w/ parsnips & pears, as well as Denham lamb sided by celeriac. They're also welcoming fish this time around, with helpings of mussels w/ red mullet, and haddock w/ pink fir, which is a waxy potato, and not proof that now even seafood dresses like Nicki Minaj
They're also bringing in a strong list of cured meats (coppa, schiena, speck), Neil's Yard Cheeses (Innes Brick, Beenleigh Blue, Feallan), and a huge selection of wines to go with them, all available to take out as well, because some forms of worship are best practiced at home.