The Ivy Café opened the third restaurant to its name in London’s picturesque St John’s Wood. The new restaurant takes the space previously used by Megan’s Café Grill & Bar. The other two branches are The Ivy Café Marylebone and The Ivy Café Wimbledon. All of the locations have been carefully handpick to reflect the value they offer to locals.
The Ivy Café has about a hundred and twenty covers in the main restaurant and two outdoor eating terraces. It is open seven days a week. The menu features a café-style dining experience that include the breakfast, lunch, cocktails, light snacks, weekend brunch and of course the dinner.
The new restaurant boats of a wide menu that take care of the both those looking for a hearty meal, those favouring lighter options. Some of the delicious treats that await at the restaurant include roasted butternut squash, brioche crumbled chicken Milanese served with friend hen egg and black truffle, crunch fried prawns and squid, shepherd’s pie, and Carpaccio (a serving of coriander, jalapeno, and crushed avocado with shaved radish) among others. The tasty salads and dressings on the menu include salad of the buckwheat, and pumpkin seeds and pomegranate dressing among others.
The restaurant is serving classic cocktails such as Negroni tasting set and Garden of the Abbey. The restaurant also has a unique set of cocktails, beers, a collection of Irish ales and great wines. There is also an extensive wine list, as well as alcohol-free options.
The Ivy Café has done a great work in making the restaurant stylish yet relaxed and easily accessible by the locals. The interior design work has been done similarly to the other restaurants by the renowned Martin Brudnizki Design Studio. Marble flooring, stylish pendant lighting, an antique pewter bar, and burnt-orange leather banquettes, give the place a very Parisian feel.