Tish opens in Belsize Park

IN a leafy suburb of northwest London, there is a new cafe style restaurant waiting to be discovered. There is nothing specifically exciting about that – but there is something about this new eatery that sets it apart from its neighbours. Not only is Tish a kosher restaurant serving contemporary European cuisine, but it allows diners who observe the sabbath (the Jewish day of rest) to pay in advance for these days.

Interior of Tish, Belsize ParkInterior of Tish, Belsize Park

The varied menu features plenty of Jewish heritage family favorites, including Hungarian bean soup, ox tongue with roasted heritage beets and horseradish cream and Bramley apple strudel with apple sorbet. There’s also a wide selection vegetarian and fish dishes.

The restaurant interior is plush with plenty of cosy booths, modeled on the French café style. Exquisite prints have been used to tastefully blend with the turquoise and cream colour scheme. An oval bar taking centre stage is the perfect spot for those who want to grab a quick coffee or a freshly squeezed juice. Guests are invited to dine al fresco, with heaters and parasols available to cope with our British inclement weather.

by Amanda Bernstein

Tish, 196 Haverstock Hill, London, NW3 2AG

Tel: 020 7431 3828
Email: eat@tish.london

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Amanda Bernstein

Glass Travel Editor

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