A new London restaurant, reminiscent of a classic Iberian cafe, created by Alessio Nardi’s “Studio A-nrd” architectural office. Drawing inspiration from sunny Portugal and specifically from the Algarve, Casa do Frango blends inwardly, traditional with modern.
The restaurant spreads over three floors, with floor-to-ceiling glass to help flood the tables on the highest floor, while its worn-out walls and well-preserved parquet flooring add a historic touch all over the place.
On the ground floor, stands out the dark-toned wooden bar with antique furniture, where you can enjoy a multitude of Portuguese flavors, with fresh tarts and local petiscos.
Finally, guests have the opportunity to watch their chefs during their work through the open kitchen, which is framed by handmade tiles.
Info: 32 Southwark Street, London