Darby’s | Irish-influenced dishes from an acclaimed chef
It’s early summer 2019. You’re in a swimming pool on the 10th floor of a sleek new building development. Not one specific building, mind you, but two. Because it’s suspended between them, with nothing but air below …and the restaurant that your food is about to arrive from.
You swim across the 25 meter length of the pool, between buildings, just in time to see the elevator open and a waiter step out carrying your lunch. He’s come from Darby’s, safely settled on the ground floor, and the food is from the kitchen of Robin Gill, the man behind such south London restaurant luminaries as The Dairy and Sorella.
This new place is going to have a distinct Irish lilt to it, with an open-fire to cook on, an in-house bakery, and even an on-site brewery to make stout & vermouth. And it’s all going to be in the Embassy Gardens development adjacent to the new American Embassy.
Which sounds very diplomatic.
NOTE: Darby’s is due to open this Spring. We’ll be back then with the full scoop. In the meantime, you can find out more at Robin Gill’s Twitter page right HERE.
Darby’s | 3 Viaduct Gardens Road, Embassy Gardens, SW11 7AY
Like the sound of this place? Check out The Dairy.