The Palomar serves Israeli food with influences from Southern Spain, North Africa and the Levant and is a restaurant that has that magical synergy of food and atmosphere – the flavours on your tongue jostle for attention like the chefs do in the open kitchen. You’ll find this Soho restaurant is always packed, but we think instead of making a reservation it’s best to come as a walk-in and sit at the bar – that way you can watch all the action closely.Their enthusiasm for the dishes they are creating is impossible to resist. The shiny chrome bar is overhung with copper pans, lit with gold-plated table lamps and enjoyed from turquoise padded stools. Their back room is lined with plush, royal blue leather banquette seating.
34 Rupert Street
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Need to Book
No you do not need to book
Polenta, Jerusalem-style and the seafood chreymeh, a rich Moroccan stew of perfectly cooked sea bass and octopus nestled among lightly spiced tomatoes and peppers.
Lion’s milk – arak, almond milk, mint and orange bitters