This vibrant, casual eatery is best known for serving creative plates with bold flavours. The all-important fresh ingredients are carefully selected from markets and trusted suppliers before being utilised in seasonal dishes. Menus change daily and are printed out just as the doors open. Children under the age of eight eat for free, making Thyme Café a go-to choice for families.
Although the tapas menu (served every evening from 5pm) changes every day, you might spot the likes of truffle oil and Parmesan fries, devilled whitebait and tartare sauce, and red pepper and Parmesan arancini listed.
If sampling from the Just in Thyme menu, your feast might begin with baked chorizo and morcilla, followed by aubergine, red onion, spinach and cherry tomatoes and goat’s cheese cannelloni, or the za’atar and lemon chicken breast served with coriander pearl couscous, olives, mint, almonds, roast butternut squash and chilli yoghurt. Desserts are worth saving room for – the chocolate tart paired with Chantilly and vanilla ice cream is a real winner. Choosing what to sample will test your decision-making skills, as each option sounds as delicious as the next. Returning to work your way through the tip-top menu might just be the best idea.