The team behind Fallow, a sustainable and creative cooking restaurant, is opening a new dining place in the Spring of 2024. The restaurant can be found on Canary Wharf, and it will be called Roe.

This time, the restaurant has included an aeroponic growing wall system that will be used to grow their ingredients, which will be incorporated into the dishes to be served in the new diner. Like their St. James restaurant, where mushrooms are cultivated, this restaurant will be cultivating herbs, pes, Padron peppers, and chilies.

Larger than the St James restaurant, it'll fit 350 people, including a chef's table and terrace overlooking the canal, with a no-waste approach taken to the design.

Similar to Fallow (and chicken spin-off FOWL), it'll be a nose-to-tail affair to champion "underappreciated produce." Here's an appetizer on how the menu will look like.

Maitake Cornish Pasty with shiitake mushrooms and fresh thyme grown in-house, Baked Potato cooked in kombu stock, served with walnut and truffle ketchup, topped with crispy seaweed, Black Pudding, and Pork Belly Skewers, glazed with fermented plum sauce, and last but not least the Roe Mixed Grill featuring underused cuts of venison 3 ways – grilled marinated haunch, confit shoulder and a venison skewer.

The address is Five Park Drive, Wood Wharf, London E14 9GG.

Source: Hot Dinners