The story here is that of another London pop-up gone permanent– a vision of a place that celebrates the flavours of wildest Britain brought to life in the teeny tiniest of Covent Garden spots. And isn’t it bloody brilliant when free spirited things like this work? Well this works. And everything from the ‘open’ pigeon kebabs with harissa to it’s open kitchen – located on street level, no hiding the chef in a dingy room in the basement – is delightful. Most, but there aren’t that many, seats are downstairs, where white walls are decorated with leafs and sprigs. Think cleaned up hunter-gatherer vibes and truly surprising, and of course very seasonal, menu.