It sounds like a hybrid colour.
But it’s actually a place serving the world’s favourite hybrid meal: brunch.
It’s the latest slice of the Daisy Green Collective, a band of independent Australian cafe/restaurants dotted around London (one of which is made up of a pair of barges) which can now claim a venue in Soho.
Like its siblings, Scarlett Green brings its own unique design elements suited to the neighbourhood. Set across two floors (and making it one of the larger venues in the Collective), there are huge, bespoke artworks adorning almost every wall, with the standout being a 20ft mural painted by East London artist Paul Robinson. All in all, its blend of marble countertops, brass fittings, and stripped concrete walls give it a feeling of seemingly effortless elegance… that you can’t help but feel must have been pretty hard to pull off.
Of course, they’re serving their famed bottomless brunch. But they’ve also bussed in a former Dinner by Heston chef, and now on the menus you can expect some sashimi & ceviche (from Looe day boats), Bondi hot prawns in a ‘secret Scarlett sauce’, and even some Vegemite, truffle and cheese doughnuts. And of course, there are standbys like the the giant chicken parmigiana, and halloumi fries with pomegranate yogurt.
They’re proudly boasting the biggest Australian wine list in the capital, with over 24 vinos by the glass alone. Add to that some cocktails shaken up under the guidance of ex-Coya General Manager, Francesco Sica annnnd several craft beer taps, including one pouring their own bespoke Aussie-style Freeman Frothie (brewed in partnership with Bermondsey’s Fourpure)…
…and you have a very colourful venue indeed.
NOTE: Scarlett Green is open all week, for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. For more information, or to book, visit their website here.
Scarlett Green | 4 Noel St, Soho, W1F 8GB
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