ONE OF MAIDA VALE’S BEST RESTAURANTS
Here at our restaurant in Maida Vale, we love experimenting with food, turning great ingredients into gastronomic experiences, this is what has made us one of Maida Vale & Paddington’s best restaurants. Combining the finest British seasonal ingredients and cooking techniques, both our bar and restaurant menus offer something for every type of appetite. The Trealy Farm scotch quails egg with salsa verde is perfect for the slightly peckish. And the 35-day dry-aged ribeye with girolle mushrooms and fondant potatoes will satisfy even the remarkably ravenous. If you are in North London then you simply have to stop by our restaurant and try it for yourself.
BEST IN SUSTAINABILITY
Sustainability has become a fashionable term restaurants love to talk about, but here at the Truscott, we actually practice what we preach. The Sustainable Restaurant Association has recognised us as being one of the best restaurants for sustainability. We’ve had the honour of receiving their highest accolade – Three Star Sustainability Champion – for our process of sourcing ingredients locally, promoting good health for all our customers and making sure our operations have the lowest impact on the environment.
SOURCED FROM INDEPENDENT AND LOCAL SUPPLIERS
We take great pride ensuring we use only the very best from smaller, local suppliers – like our ‘royal seal of approval’ butcher who sources the Wagyu beef for our burgers, or the bespoke 100% pork for our gluten-free Truscott sausages. Be it seasonal vegetables, jams, fish or meat suppliers, we think it’s important to support other independent businesses like ourselves and we try to find them as close to us in Maida Vale as we can.
FRIENDLY RESTAURANT NEAR PADDINGTON
Join us for a wonderful pub lunch, an elegant dinner, or just relax and enjoy our smashing Sunday roast at our friendly and local restaurant. We are located within walking distance of Paddington so why not come and visit.
“Hot newcomer. This dining room in Maida Vale features a menu of well sourced, seasonal fare.”