Named after a native deer of the British Isles, Roe will seat a total of 350 covers and is set to follow the same ‘nose-to-tail and root-to-stem ethos’ as its sister restaurant and the trio's more recently launched 'chicken shop' FOWL.
The 'extensive' a la carte menu will be divided into nibbles and flatbreads, skewers and grilled options, with larger plates and sides also available.
As well as championing 'modest' British ingredients, Roe’s dishes will showcase underused and underappreciated produce. Rare breed meats and fish from the British Isles are central to the menu, as well as regenerative crops like Wildfarmed native grain.
Dishes will include a Cornish pasty made with shiitake mushrooms and fresh thyme grown in-house; a new take on thebaked potato cooked in kombu stock, served with walnut and truffle ketchup and topped with crispy seaweed; black pudding and pork belly skewers, glazed with a fermented plum sauce and The Roe Mixed Grill featuring underused cuts of venison three ways – grilled marinated haunch, confit shoulder and a venison skewer alongside condiments.
Set across three floors, the restaurant will feature a chef’s table, mezzanine PDR and terrace overlooking the South Dock canal in Wood Wharf, which is also home to Dishoom and Hawksmoor.
The team has created the first known plant-based and compostable 3D printed interiors including a coral-inspired tree and counters which engulf the space.
Every material used in the structure and elsewhere in the design has been carefully chosen for its eco credentials and with a view to minimise waste, reflecting the trio’s “reduce” ethos, as seen in details such as the beautiful terracotta pots.
There will also be a bespoke aeroponic green wall system where a range of herbs and greens including peas, Padron peppers and chillies will grow and be tended by a full-time, onsite gardener.
Launched in 2019 as a pop-up, Fallow moved to a permanent location on Haymarket in 2021 and is currently ranked 26th on Restaurant's list of the top 100 places to eat in the UK.