The slow but steady reopening of London restaurants that have been closed since the early days of the first lockdown continues apace, with the return of BAO Fitzrovia this week. For the first time in over eighteen months, BAO's Fitzrovia branch reopens its doors with loads of new dishes and drinks to entice you in.
You can pretty much rely on BAO to serve up some interesting food and the menu they're relaunching with has some real bangers on it:
- Whipped Tofu and Cong Zhua Bing - crispy pancake shredded into whipped tofu with century egg, fermented greens and Sichuan oil.
- Raw Carlingford Oyster in Mee Shua Broth - a cold light broth with strands of vermicelli and oyster
- Dorset cockles in a creamy loofa (silky melon) sauce finished with a spiced coriander oil
But that's not all. BAO Fitzrovia has also teamed up with a host of the city's most exciting bars who've created special cocktails to go on the drinks list here. They include Happiness Forgets and their Ceremony Collins made with Oxley gin, Noilly Prat and Chin Shin (a Taiwanese green tea), topped up with mango soda, along with Three Sheets' Long Oolong made with Aberfeldy whisky, toasted rice, oolong tea and soda.
It all sounds like a marriage made in heaven to us and worthy of a trip to Fitzrovia to try it all out.
More about BAO Fitzrovia
Where is it? 31 Windmill St, London W1T 2JN
When? 16 September 2021
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