The picturesque Belsize Park area in north London is set to receive a hot new venue, with a contemporary kosher restaurant and bar offering an all-day menu of European cuisine, featuring Jewish heritage family favourites called Tish opening this July.
With a capacity of 160, Tish will make an impact both with its size and also its menus that have been finely selected by its perfectionist owner, David Levin who has been honing the concept for years now. The dairy free menu will feature a mixture of modern classics alongside Jewish heritage favourites."
Breakfast menu will include Challah French toast with pear compote and maple syrup or fresh fruits; ppomegranate and citrus fruit salad with mint and Acacia honey; eggs cooked to order and delicacies from the bakery.
While lunch and dinner will include Tish speciality Hungarian bean soup; chicken soup with kneidlach; dry-aged rib eye steak with truffle chips and field mushrooms; seared salmon fillet with green kale salsa, pickled fennel, crispy pearl barley and pomegranate, and Tish chicken schnitzel with roasted fingerling potatoes, peppers and caper berries.
The chef behind all the dishes will be John Ellison, a former head chef at London's Bob Bob Ricard.
Find out more about the new opening on its website here.