Opened in January of this year by brothers Claude and Cedric Bosi, Malt House serves classic British dishes and pub food while honoring local produce and farmers.
Chef Marcus McGuiness, previously the head chef at Claude’s Hibiscus in Mayfair, is serving favorites like the Malt House burger, with 40 day aged black beef, pork belly with cauliflower, and fillet in a hollandaise sauce. Their malted vanilla ice cream keeps customers coming back for more, and if you’re looking for something stronger after your meal, they have a list of dessert wines from around the world.
With small, intimate rooms and a casual environment, it isn’t just another dive bar in London. It’s comfortable and serves more upscale British food, and the drink selection is just as classy, featuring an extensive wine list. There are even a couple rooms upstairs for guests to stay if they don’t feel like making the trek home.