• Modern British• Soho
With just ten seats around a central counter, Evelyn’s Table is a proper chef’s table experience along the lines of the two-Michelin-starred Kitchen Table in Fitzrovia, with an intimate feel and the chance to see talented chefs up close.
The kitchen is headed up by Luke Selby alongside his brothers Nat and Theo, with a menu that changes every month, showcasing British ingredients prepared with particular influences from Japan and France, as well as, the Philippines, the birthplace of their mother.
The restaurant is part of the acclaimed Palomar Group, founded by Zoë and Layo Paskin. The group’s restaurants include the Israeli-inspired Palomar in Soho, The Moroccan-inspired Barbary and coffee house Jacob the Angel, in addition to The Blue Posts and The Mulwray, which share a venue with Evelyn’s Table.
Named after Faye Dunaway’s character in the film Chinatown, the intimate chef’s table space shares the same elegant, beautifully designed aesthetic as the two floors above
You know you’re dining somewhere unique, but you feel just as welcome as you would in the restaurant at the top of the road.