Malibu Kitchen at The Ned, London

24 January 2018

Malibu Kitchen at The Ned, London
You’ve probably heard of The Ned already. Based in the City, the building was once occupied by Midland Bank, but is now London’s newest hotel, member’s club and event space from the guys at Soho House.

There are no fewer than nine restaurants within the property, plus a couple of bars, 252 bedrooms, a spa, member’s club, rooftop pool and six private event spaces.

We opted for one of the restaurants to celebrate a birthday back at the end of Summer. Arriving into the vast, open spaced banking hall the place was packed for a Tuesday evening. Most of the restaurants are based around the banking hall, with a central music stage which was home to a live jazz band on the evening we visited. After spending nearly 10 minutes trying to find the restaurant we were having dinner in (this place has no signage whatsoever - a little too cool for that) we finally found it tucked away in the right-hand corner, separated from the hustle and bustle of suits and stilettos.

Malibu Kitchen offers dishes that are health-minded and in several instances vegan, raw and gluten-free. This may not sound that great for some, but the restaurant and food are great, and there is a burger on the menu for the carnivores.

The plates are small, so we ordered a few and shared, plus our own main dish - which worked out well given that there’s plenty to choose from on the menu.Malibu Kitchen at The Ned, London Rolls with raw vegetables, nuts and sauce to dip.Malibu Kitchen at The Ned, London Courgette ribbons, basil pesto, pine nuts. 
Plantain crisps and shrimp saladMalibu Kitchen at The Ned, London Sea bream taco, panko, green papaya, pico de galloMalibu Kitchen at The Ned, London Ahi tuna poke, avocado, sesame, jalapeno, brown jasmine rice
Curly kale, red pecan nuts, apple, radish, sprouts, ginger, miso Malibu Kitchen at The Ned, London
Elderberry pavlova, grapefruit curd, raspberry, pomegranate
Malibu Kitchen at The Ned, London
The dishes were full of flavour, and delicious. We went for a little explore after and couldn't believe how big the space is. I want to go back and stay for the weekend, however I may need to sell an organ or two to pay for it as it's not exactly within my budget! 

Malibu Kitchen @ The Ned
27 Poultry, London

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