Sussex in London: Gladwin Brothers’ new restaurant this autumn

Sussex chefs

Following on from the success of The Shed, in Notting Hill, Rabbit, on the Kings Road, and Nutbourne, in Battersea, the Gladwin Brothers’ new restaurant will launch in October to much excitement.

Aptly named Sussex, the new pad will take over a space on Firth Street in London’s Soho, introducing a British dining concept that’s all about the Sussex countryside captured within an eclectic mix of classic and progressive cooking.

It’ll be a showcase of the best of the region, working with ingredients sourced directly from the Gladwins’ family farm and vineyard or local supplier’s handpicked by the three brothers, Richard, Oliver and Gregory, to ensure the ethical commitment to sustainability is always at the core of their business.

The menu setting will do away with share plates, instead focusing on traditional cooking techniques and a forward thinking approach.

Think small items like scallops, blood pudding, Jerusalem artichoke ‘mud and bark’ with lemon sour cream; rabbit loin and carrot terrine; and aubergine & whey cheese roulade served with tomato harissa and basil dust.  

All backed-up by larger plates of roasted brill with devon crab ravioli and sea herbs buttered ‘blewits’ served on a sourdough crumpet with labneh, duck egg yolk, buckwheat and wood sorrel: and pork tenderloin served with malted pig’s cheek, rainbow chard, lardo and broken hazelnut English miso.  

It certainly doesn’t leave a lot to the imagination as the menu and wine list explores the best of one of England’s most renowned producers of fine quality produce.

You’ll find Sussex located in a building that breathes culinary history while the Gladwin brothers are set to bring their unique taste of Sussex to the streets of Soho. Find out more at the website.