Review on Heritage
July 2019 saw the opening of Heritage, a Swiss-inspired restaurant in London's West End, taking over the former Brindisa site on Rupert Street, just off Shaftesbury Avenue. The modern interiors have been kitted out by London-based Kanvass in a swanky, well-heeled style, featuring reclaimed brick walls and dark wood panelling with vibrant artwork, together with subdued lighting, luxurious leather banquettes and industrial design elements with exposed piping. There's also a central bar set with dark grey tall bar stools, where renowned mixologist Zoran Peric has created a glittering choice of superstar cocktails.
Leading the kitchen brigade in the open theatre-style kitchen is Canadian-born chef Aarik Persaud, who has cooked in several noteworthy places including Chewton Glen in Hampshire and The Butchers Club in Hong Kong. Using luxury produce such as Wagyu beef, white and black truffle as well as lobster, diners also have the option of barbecuing prime cuts of meat and fresh seafood on the table-top charcoal grills.
Heritage's wine cellar runs to 200 bins stored in the restaurant's glass wine cellar and includes a unique selection from the Alpine region.
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.30pm
Dinner: 5.00 - 10.30pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express