Flor | Borough Wine Bar & Bakery
Michelin-starred, critically acclaimed, universally adored eatery Lyle’s has, to date, been pretty much flawless in every way but one.
It was also Flor-less.
But that’s all about to change – because after five years of polishing their unique take on laid-back Anglo-American-Japanese styled fine dining, the founders have announced that they’re finally opening a second spot: Flor.
If you’re wondering what to expect, simply picture the spacious, minimalist Lyle’s dining room inside the vast art deco former teabag factory in Shoreditch, and how this might look if it were squeezed into a smaller, more atmospheric drinking den perched on the edge of Borough Market and specialising in freshly baked breads and pastries using grains milled at Lyle’s, and sustainably produced wines.
Flor will probably be just like that.
And just like Jolene, a recent opening in Stoke Newington from the Primeur team, those grains won’t just be restricted to the breakfast bar either – the plan is to incorporate them into flatbreads and sandwiches for an all-day offering, too.
You could say it’s ingrained in the menu.
NOTE: Flor is set to open in Borough in Spring/Summer 2019. We’ll be back with the full scoop when they do…
Looking for somewhere to eat now? Check out the Best London Bridge & Borough Restaurants