London, UK

Rovi is the hip young thing in the Yotam Ottolenghi empire, where a plant-led menu might be par for the course but an emphasis on live-fire cooking and fermentation marks a new culinary direction for the Israeli-English chef. Diversifying from the Levantine-inspired dishes for he is best known, the uncluttered plates here combine elements of Japanese cuisine – dashi, tempura – with Scandinavian flavours – pickled vegetables, slow-roasted cabbage – to dazzling effect. The 85-seater dining room features pale wood and red, modular seating, with a large central bar serving cocktails based on in-season spices and house shrubs.

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59 Wells Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1A 3AE