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Sussex

020 77344545

63-64 Frith Street

London W1D 3JW , United Kingdom

Maldon Rock Oysters

Oysters may technically be a mollusc, but in our humble opinion they’re actually a state of mind. Want to feel like you’re a grown-up who makes good decisions on your birthday? Oysters. Want a date night that says ‘sorry you had to see me wear Pokemon pyjamas for the entirety of February, I am, in fact, quite sexy’? Oysters. Want to feel alive after months of government-mandated isolation? Oysters baby, oysters. This Soho spot from ingredient-led family-operation, the Gladwin Brothers, is all about quality produce, and their oysters are no exception. These Maldon rock oysters have a particularly meaty taste and are perfect for anyone that likes a more subtle saltiness over feeling like your palate has been thrown into the Pacific. Plus, you get to watch them being shucked fresh from the terrace in Sussex’s little Noilly Prat oyster shack on the street. Combine with one of our all-time favourite sparkling wines, the Nutbourne ‘Nutty Wild’, direct from the Gladwin Brother’s Sussex Vineyard, for peak summer feels.

Your order: The pork belly cassoulet.

In the immortal words of ice philosopher and rapper, André 3000, “What’s cooler than being cool? Ice cold!”. But there is one thing even colder than ice cold André, and that’s a British winter without a slow-cooked casserole. British restaurant Sussex are delivering an oven-ready pork belly and English pulse cassoulet, topped with smoked cheddar and chorizo crumb. Somewhere out there Jamie Oliver definitely just screamed ‘pukka’. But if slow-cooked meats aren’t your thing, there’s also venison lasagna, boulangere potatoes, pie, and a crab thermidor we’ve got our eye on.

For: A big old turkey and everything else you need.

Do you really want to have a stare off with a stranger in Tesco over a turkey? As festive as that sounds, probably not. Enter the Gladwin Brothers and their Christmas essentials box. If you’re wondering who the Gladwin Brothers are, they’re the chef team behind restaurants like The Shed and Sussex. They’ve got you covered with all the fresh produce you could possibly need. Think turkey, gammon, parsnips, nice pies, carrots, and countless other lovely things that’ll easily feed the whole family.

If you’re wondering what exactly to be thankful for in the midst of lockdown 2.0, let us remind you that there are less than two months of 2020 left. Worst year ever? Completed it mate. Onwards. Upwards. And in the meantime, bacon. The people behind Sussex - The Gladwin Brothers - are doing a huge Thanksgiving kit that includes a whole turkey wrapped in bacon. For £150 their meal kit will feed up to six people, and includes trimmings like crispy roast potatoes and creamed leek stuffed pumpkin. Gratitude and cranberry relish, commence.

Available for delivery across London.

We love anything that requires the least amount of effort, because no matter how many shopping lists we write on our notes app, we will almost always get distracted and forget the eggs. Gladwin Brothers understand this, and their Mothering Sunday Meal Kit is a celebration of doing the most, while exerting the very least amount of effort. It’s a whole day situation, starting with a brunch spread that includes fresh pastry for you to bake in the oven, trout gravadlax, duck eggs, and seeded rye loaf. Moving onto a ‘light lunch’ of cauliflower soup and cheddar cheese scones, and ending on a pork roast with all the trimmings. They’ve even sorted out the flowers for you, with a bunch of dried wildflowers included.

Maldon Rock Oysters

“Oysters may technically be a mollusc, but in my humble opinion they’re actually a state of mind. Want to feel like you’re a grown-up who makes good decisions on your birthday? Oysters. Want a date night that says ‘sorry you had to see me wear Pokemon pyjamas for the entirety of February, I am, in fact, quite sexy’? Oysters. Want to feel alive after months of government-mandated isolation? Oysters baby, oysters. This Soho spot from ingredient-led family-operation, the Gladwin Brothers, is all about quality produce, and their oysters are no exception. These Maldon rock oysters have a particularly meaty taste and are perfect for anyone that likes a more subtle saltiness over feeling like your palate has been thrown into the Pacific. Plus, you get to watch them being shucked fresh from the terrace in Sussex’s little Noilly Prat oyster shack on the street. Combine with one of my all-time favourite sparkling wines, the Nutbourne ‘Nutty Wild’, direct from the Gladwin Brother’s Sussex Vineyard, for peak summer feels.” - HLB

Look, if you don’t like the sound of a massive beef, thyme, and celeriac pie or a lemon curd and strawberry jam ice cream, then we just don’t think we can be friends anymore. Those are just a couple of the dishes you can expect from this modern British spot, but you’ll find smoked chorizo mince, whipped smoked cod’s roe, sparkling wines, fresh herb boxes, and more, on their website too.

Sussex is a modern British spot in Soho that’s offering beef wellington, pies, garlic, wild garlic pesto, rhubarb ice cream, and more from its restaurant group’s website.

Sussex is a new restaurant in Soho sourcing their ingredients from their own farm or local suppliers. You can expect starters like monkfish carpaccio with aubergine, and mains including pumpkin gnocchi with caramelised quince.

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