Review on The Lockhart
The Lockhart is tucked away on the corner of Seymour Place and Upper Berkeley Street in the heart of Marylebone. The interior is light and airy with a mismatch of rustic furniture from vintage antique markets including old railway benches and antique sideboards. With an open kitchen, the tables are well spaced in the dining room featuring a beaten tin ceiling and a mix of exposed brick and white walls, some adorned with pretty plates and white painted deer horns.
The kitchen serves South American Cuisine and they have appointed Mississippi born chef Brad MacDonald to take the helm of the kitchen. He comes with impressive credentials having plied his trade in such critically acclaimed kitchens as Noma, Per Se and Alain Ducasse's Essex House. Typical tasty offerings on the carte are mallard gumbo over Carolina gold rice or grilled cabbage and oysters among the starters. Main courses pick up the theme with venison saddle and roasted apple with red eye gravy or maybe shrimp and grits. To finish expect well crafted moreish desserts in the shape of a deconstructed lemon meringue pie or small doughnuts with chocolate sauce.
The wine list showcases wines from American growers and there's some zingy cocktails and a selection of Bourbon, Tequila and Mezcal also on offer.
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.30pm Tue-Sat (11.00am - 2.30pm Sun Brunch)
Dinner: 6.00 - 10.30pm Tue-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express