All Homeslice dough, sauces and oils are made in-house and paired with high quality seasonal ingredients.
Where to find the best seasonal dishes and desserts this Spring
Warmer weather can only mean one thing… more fresh fruit is in season! Doughnut experts Longboys are celebrating the UK’s abundance of fresh strawberries by bringing back their indulgent strawberry and white chocolate doughnut as well as the tropical fruit sundae doughnut – perfect to get you feeling summery!
Drop by for a doughnut at their Seven Dials Market stall at 35 Earlham Street.
WatchHouse is making the most of the short wild garlic season this year as well as the seasonal Jerusalem artichokes. Make sure you try their delicious combination of both – vegan roasted Jerusalem artichokes with delicious wild garlic, tangy pickled red onion and black tahini yoghurt on toasted sourdough – yum!
Stop by for coffee and a taste of this healthy dish at WatchHouse at 7 Upper St Martin’s Lane.
Known for championing seasonal ingredients on their menu, the chefs at 26 Grains have created a pickled walnut and cheese toastie, topped with in-season leeks. Still feeling the winter chill? Try the rhubarb porridge and cardamom granola – another seasonal treat.
They are also now open for all-day dining! Browse the full menu at their cosy cafe tucked away at 1 Neal’s Yard.
Homeslice is known for switching up its pizza toppings with the seasons. This spring, they are making the most of the artichoke season to create the Jerusalem artichoke, marinated fennel, pickled onion and smoked scamorza cheese pizza – a winning combo!
Head down to 13 Neal’s Yard to try it before it’s gone.
Inspired by authentic Italian living, Rossopomodoro always has a number of seasonal pizzas on its menu. One of the hero pizzas this season is the Reginetta, a delectable Buffalo ricotta-stuffed crust, cherry tomato sauce made with in-season tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella bocconcini, pecorino shavings and fresh basil – this delightful number will only get better as the tomato summer season approaches!
Head down to their restaurant at 50-52 Monmouth Street to try it for yourself.
Moving into spring Monmouth Kitchen is focusing on creating lighter dishes surrounding the season of the Spanish avocado. Make sure to try their crispy sea bass with olives, avocado and San Marzano tomatoes. The light flavours and variety of textures are ideal for springtime.
Check out the rest of their fresh and vibrant menu at their restaurant at 20 Mercer Street.
Like WatchHouse, Brasserie Max in the Covent Garden Hotel is making the most of the wild garlic season. On its menu, you will find wild garlic roasted lamb with minted potatoes as well as in-season steamed asparagus with hot smoked salmon. For dessert the chefs are utilising seasonal fruit, creating a modern take on rhubarb and custard.
Find out more about what the Brasserie Max is cooking up by heading down to 10 Monmouth Street this spring.