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34 Rupert St
London
Greater London
W1D 6DN
United Kingdom
(map) +44 20 7439 8777
  • 91
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There was an oily aubergine salad with some chilli sparking it up; lentils, perfectly cooked and not mushy, enlivened by hazelnuts, mint and yoghurt; some kale with salty feta; sweet roasted beetroot with tangy goat...
David Sexton
Evening Standard

* Critic Reviews

  • "
    We knock back our drinks and head for the door, certain the Palomar is one of those places which makes life a little bit better.

    The Guardian

    92
  • "
    There was an oily aubergine salad with some chilli sparking it up; lentils, perfectly cooked and not mushy, enlivened by hazelnuts, mint and yoghurt; some kale with salty feta; sweet roasted beetroot with tangy goat’s cheese; more aubergine, cooked soft on the grill, puréed with some tahini into a kind of moutabel, ...

    Evening Standard

    93
  • "
    Here's something the jaded critic doesn't get to say very often. I've been to a new restaurant, and it's different. A curious, crazy one-off, where the chefs and owners are having as much fun as the customers, the menu brims with bountiful Middle Eastern maximalism, and the music rocks nearly as hard as...

    The Independent

    92
  • "
    Fantastic modern-Israeli food, pulse-quickening dance music and a warm family atmosphere at the West End’s most unlikely bar-restaurant of the moment.

    Time Out

    93