TOBA ST JAMES'S MARKET
Toba is the sister restaurant to the extremely popular and successful Camden food stall Pino’s Warung, offering a variety of traditional Indonesian dishes.
Don’t miss their signature dish, the Basko Soup, described as a flavoursome Indonesian meatball soup with sambal. Another favourite is their Sate Ayam with Indonesian vegetables.
AQUAVIT LONDON ST JAMES'S MARKET
Aquavit London is a polished Nordic dining experience inspired by the two Michelin starred, highly acclaimed Aquavit in New York. Aquavit London retains the same cuisine and design cues, but delivers a more relaxed restaurant experience. The New York Aquavit first opened in 1987, and has continued to delight diners ever since. The London Aquavit in St James’s Market has a handsome interior gushing with Nordic design tropes and features.
The Aquavit London menu offers simple, clean and elegant dishes that are well-executed. The smörgåsbord of options are on-trend Scandinavian dishes rather than cozy hygge cooking.
FALLOW ST JAMES'S MARKET
Fallow brings “Conscious Gastronomy” to the heart of St James’s. What this actually delivers, in the words of famous food critic Jay Rayner, is “Some of the best food I’ve tried in London” – high praise indeed. Decked out with a sleek cocktail bar, open kitchen and leather decked interior, Fallow St James’s is an opulent, stylish establishment where the food is second to none.
Fallow St James’s is led by two chefs trained by Heston Blumenthal, which should tell you all you need to know about what to expect. Jack Croft and William Murray lead the culinary team in delivering an innovative dining experience using locally sourced ingredients.
Fallow St James’s was crowned both the GQ and Marie Claire ‘Sustainable restaurant of the year’, as well as being recognised by the Caterer as the best new restaurant of 2021.
SCULLY ST JAMES'S MARKET
Scully St James’s is chef Ramael Scully’s first solo venture, bringing together a wide selection of culinary influences drawn from his family heritage. Expect to taste the influences of Malaysia, China, India, Ireland and Australia combined into a delicately balanced explosion of flavour. The dining experience is relaxed yet refined. Conde Nast describes Scully’s St James’s as a bold fusion with the warmest welcome in town. Expect an extroverted service, one that is flamboyent yet endearing.
OLE & STEEN ST JAMES'S MARKET
Ole & Steen brings the best of Denmark’s bakery to St James’s Market. For over 30 years, Ole and Steen have been saying God Morgen to hungry revellers keen to enjoy the better ingredients, craftsmanship and taste that this Danish bakery chain has to offer. Having first started as a Lagkagehuset bakery in Copenhagen, Ole and Steen has grown internationally, including many in London such as the Ole and Steen St James’s Market. You can even visit an Ole & Steen in New York!
The Ole & Steen St James’s Market menu offers everything you would expect from a bakery and more. The bread selection is dominated by rye, sourdough and loafs. From the cakes, muffins and sweet treats menu, we can highly recommend the Truffle Log or Gateau Marcel. If you visit before 11am, you can enjoy their tasty selection of yoghurts and porridges, with our favourite being the Muesli Porridge with Cardamom Pears.