We’re not a nation identified for our al fresco eating scene, however come April 12 when pubs, bars and eating places can open for outside eating, you greatest wager we’ll be benefiting from it – regardless of the climate.
Assuming the important thing dates for the easing of lockdown measures go ahead directly (fingers cross, everybody), teams of six individuals, or two households, will be capable to collect in outside areas, public or non-public, for a much-needed catch-up. Personally, I will be making a beeline for my nearest beer backyard.
Under Telegraph Meals writers share the place they are going to be attempting to nab a desk for a drink and a few scrumptious – and extra vital, cooked by another person – meals.
Sam’s Riverside, Hammersmith
Beneficial by William Sitwell, Telegraph Journal meals critic
Located on the Thames, Sam Harrison’s fashionable restaurant had been open for lower than half a 12 months earlier than the pandemic hit. With ample outside seating, which they prolonged all through the summer time months final 12 months, it is the primary place I will be going for a plate of dressed crab and Queen of Puddings, to be loved whereas catching some rays (I am being optimistic, I do know) and gazing up at Hammersmith Bridge.
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