The Handbook
The Handbook
By | 28th July 2014

Opening its first location in St Paul’s today is Suchef featuring a menu created by Bernhard Engelhardt and nutritional therapist Charlotte Watts using the sous-vide cooking technique which seals in flavour without damaging the nutritional element of the food and sees meat, fish and veg vacuum packed and cooked in a temperature controlled water bath.

You choose your main – from skinless chicken breast to plaice and salmon roulade, pick a side – from freshly cooked egg pasta to brown rice or quinoa and then a sauce such as mango and chilli salsa or spicy tomato. Simple.

Also on the menu is a selection of fresh and zingy salads such as smoked salmon with fresh herbs, traditional chicken or goat’s cheese served ‘neat’ but also available with additional carb options like new potatoes if you’re feeling so inclined plus gourmet dressings for drizzling. Seasonal, freshly-made soups come with artisanal bread.

Grab a freshly made smoothie to go or a posh own-branded tea from Quince to regular Earl Grey from a small plantation in Sri Lanka which uses only handpicked buds. With delivery services coming soon and two more openings in the pipeline in Farringdon and Aldgate, we’re coming over all Zen.