Tomos Parry, former head chef of Kitty Fisher’s in Mayfair, has opened his first solo restaurant. The concept – Brat – has launched in Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, influenced by Parry’s Welsh heritage and the Basque region. Brat, a colloquial term for “turbot”, offers a menu favouring seasonal British produce and cooked on an open grill. The first-floor restaurant features art deco wood-panelling and large steel-frame windows. The open kitchen and ovens sit at the heart of the room, surrounded by a counter bar with high stools. Parry has collaborated on the wine list with Keeling Andrew & Co, a wine import company set up by the founders of Noble Rot. Parry said: “Since leaving Kitty’s I’ve been working closely with farmers and fishermen to create a menu structured around native ingredients at the peak of their season. For me, the simple pleasure of eating well is what Brat is all about. It’s a place I would want to eat – whether one dish with a glass of wine at lunch or settling in at the counter for a few hours.”
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