Chef Liam Tomlin and his team at Bree Street’s award-winning tapas spot, Chefs Warehouse, have taken on a sneaky new project. In the space directly underneath the restaurant (formerly housing a takeaway lunch spot called Street Food) sits a moody new drinking hole, aptly named No Reservations.
Chefs Warehouse doesn’t take bookings, which can prove tricky when crowds are hankering after one of those mouth-watering tapas platters. Those who want to wait for a seat can now refresh themselves on wine, gin, whiskeys and beers at the new bar.
The restaurant’s same extensive and ever-changing drinks menu is on offer downstairs, so potential patrons and passersby can look forward to sippers such as Domaine des Dieux Claudia Brut, Felicité Pinot Noir from Newton Johnson, Vondeling Babiana, and Rupert & Rothschild Baroness Nadine. On the beer side of things, expect to see some favourites like Brewers & Union Beast of the Deep and Happy Pills Pilsner. If you’re looking for something a little stronger, some new and interesting whiskeys are also going to feature. No Reservations doesn’t offer a food menu yet, but they do serve bowls of olives to nibble on if you’re really peckish.