Standing like a beacon of Britishness in the middle of the Greenwich Peninsula Square, Craft London is all things to all foodies; a café, restaurant, bar, and shop. Almost everything served in the much-lauded restaurant is sourced from the British Isles, if not made or improved closer to home; they roast their own coffee beans, smoke their own fish, cure their own meat. The commitment to British produce is even in evidence throughout the sleek, stylish interiors, from the bold bronze light fixtures to the British tweed upholstery, with many pieces of furniture designed and made in London.
And when it comes to the food at Craft London, Chef Stevie Parle’s philosophy of keeping it local, of harking back to traditional methods and giving them a modern spin, is manifested in a creative, playful and seasonal menu, featuring dishes like Fried Pig’s Head and Salt Baked Clamped Carrot. The wine list, meanwhile, showcases the eminently quaffable London Cru S6 wines, among other carefully curated choices.