With summer now upon us, we all look to find some of the most exciting and picturesque al fresco dining spots, whether it be in or outside of the city. For those of us who can’t get ourselves to a country pub garden, London’s rooftops present themselves as a haven on a summer’s eve.
One of the capital’s newest openings in the ever-developing Canary Wharf is Bokan Restaurant by Novotel, which now claims the title of London’s highest roof terrace. Owing to their philosophy of using high quality, locally sourced artisanal ingredients, the restaurant, bar and roof terrace has quickly become a mecca for vertigo-immune foodies. One of the highly recommended dishes is one of their ‘Butcher’s Tiles’.
We have been working with Bokan to provide a seasonally revolving range of British charcuterie for their ‘Butcher’s Tiles’. Over the summer months you can sample air dried and smoked British lamb from Kent, Scottish venison and green peppercorn salami and wild mushroom and truffle oil salami from Sussex. Paired with some beautiful condiments such as piccalilli and the fine and simple cornichon, what could be better on a (hopefully) warm summer evening.
Try these for yourselves by visiting Bokan (Canary Wharf is closest station) and visit www.bokanlondon.com for more information.