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201 Tooley Street, Borough, London
This is the first restaurant by Tom Sellers, ex-Noma who says that his aim is to showcase the best best seasonal, British produce. "My hope is that the dishes will inspire [diners] and create memories for them that last long after they have left the restaurant."
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London's best molecular food
Tom Sellers, previously of Noma, opened this first restaurant amidst a flurry of hype. With dishes like candles made of beef dripping and burnt onions soaked in gin, you’re going to be hearing about Sellers for a very long time.
Toughest places to get a table
Noma alumni Tom Sellers' first restaurant is all about experimental cuisine. Inspired by literature and taking a leaf out of Heston Blumenthal's textbook style, there are dishes like candles made from beef dripping and Oreo-type biscuits with squid ink and smoked eel mousse. There's a two month waiting list for an evening meal but you can book lunch with a few days' notice, which has the added benefit of costing you half as much.
Venues in converted toilets
One of London's most sought after restaurants thanks to its Noma-trained chef, molecular-style food, and of course its Michelin star. But what many don't know is that this fancy eatery - which looks a bit like a shed from the outside - was once a toilet.
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