Brew Putney

4. Brew PutneyWritten by TEAM GOOD THINGS

Brew’s fourth site is also its largest to date, located on Lower Richmond Road. Run by Jason Wells, who began his foodie career as a butcher in his native Australia, the menu at Brew Putney – like those at outposts in Wandsworth, Battersea and Wimbledon – is inspired by his travels, with particular influence coming from Israel and New York.

The huge, 3,000 square foot space will offer a delicious Antipodean-influenced menu and an all-day dining experience punctuated by live music, ‘breakfasts in bed’ on Bedouin- inspired nests and barbecue nights surrounded by the hot smoke of the ‘barbie’.

Visit, in any weather, to enjoy a drink or two al fresco on Brew’s large terrace. It features a 150-yearold gnarled olive tree, reclaimed timber decking and a fresh herb garden which yields many of the aromatics used in Brew’s dishes. All lead you to half-believe you’re no longer in London.

If you opt for a post-dinner drink at the inside bar, you’ll find Brew’s expert mixologist muddling a range of refreshing cocktails by candlelight. On the weekends, the unplugged music sessions in the early afternoon and evening offer even more of a reason to linger over that lychee martini.

162-164 Lower Richmond Road, London SW15 1LY | 020 8789 8287 | brew-cafe.com/LDN | T:
@brew_cafe | FB: BrewCafe

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