Honey & Co
Cuisine: Middle Eastern
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Restaurant Profile »

Address: 25a Warren Street, London W1T 5LZ

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7388 6175

Small Middle Eastern restaurant and bakery by a husband and wife team - Itamar Srulovich was head chef at Ottolenghi whilst his wife was the executive chef from Nopi.

This restaurant has been awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand

Latest reviews of Honey & Co.

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Edward Smith, Rocket and Squash

12 December 2013

The pokiness is on just the right side of charming and the food is mostly delicious. Homely (if your home is faintly Middle Eastern and your Mum’s a great cook), comforting, sweet and lightly spiced. Interesting but unpretentious stuff. Grub that makes you smile…

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Jay Rayner, The Observer

14 July 2013

This is indeed food made by people who like to eat. It is food that cares less about how it looks than how it tastes. Call me sentimental. Call me soppy. But it feels like an act of love…

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Zoe Williams, The Telegraph

18 June 2013

Green chillis and coriander added to the excitement and immediacy of the whole. Again, my abiding sense memory of the dish is that I went on holiday and, happily (though also sadly), it only took me an hour and a half…

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Grace Dent, Evening Standard

17 May 2013

On a warm night it feels exactly like wandering into a little family-run room, after a snoozy day sunbathing on holiday, and quickly cottoning on that you’ve found a winner…

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What the Critics say

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Jay Rayner, The Observer

14 July 2013

This is indeed food made by people who like to eat. It is food that cares less about how it looks than how it tastes. Call me sentimental. Call me soppy. But it feels like an act of love…

Read full review »
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Zoe Williams, The Telegraph

18 June 2013

Green chillis and coriander added to the excitement and immediacy of the whole. Again, my abiding sense memory of the dish is that I went on holiday and, happily (though also sadly), it only took me an hour and a half…

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Grace Dent, Evening Standard

17 May 2013

On a warm night it feels exactly like wandering into a little family-run room, after a snoozy day sunbathing on holiday, and quickly cottoning on that you’ve found a winner…

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AA Gill, The Sunday Times

3 March 2013

The ingredient that is in every mouthful, that isn’t on the menu, is the huge dollop of home-made love. (…) This food comes from a husband and wife making their own small business from a tiny kitchen and small dining room, and everything in it is infused with a warm hug of hospitality…

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Nicholas Lander, Financial Times

11 January 2013

Honey & Co. is a recently opened small café and restaurant where I have enjoyed numerous good meals. These have ranged from a cappuccino with a milk bun in the morning to carrot, butternut and tarragon fritters with a yoghurt dip, or a chicken tagine with chestnuts, raisins and date molasses for lunch…

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Marina O'Loughlin, The Guardian

5 October 2012

Lamb is cooked overnight at the lowest of heats and served with plums and a confetti of rose petals, with couscous for soaking up the aromatic juices. I’ve tried chicken, its skin almost toffeed from blasting pomegranate molasses at high heat, freshened with mint leaves…

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Tania Ballantine, Time Out

27 July 2012

A trio of beautifully textured fresh-as-daisies falafels were exceptional, as was a slow-cooked lamb shank (strewn with rose petals then baked overnight); the tender pieces of rich meat served with fluffy couscous and a dollop of the house zhough (a Yemeni spice paste – this one bursting with mint and chilli)…

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What the Bloggers say

Edward Smith, Rocket and Squash Avatar

Edward Smith, Rocket and Squash

12 December 2013

The pokiness is on just the right side of charming and the food is mostly delicious. Homely (if your home is faintly Middle Eastern and your Mum’s a great cook), comforting, sweet and lightly spiced. Interesting but unpretentious stuff. Grub that makes you smile…

Read full review »