With beginnings in festival foodie feasts, organic tapas-inspired Poco has evolved and recently opened it's first London restaurant in the picturesque Broadway Market.
The menu focuses on organic and seasonal British produce, with an emphasis on locally sourced ingredients from small producers. All dishes are inspired by head chef Tom Hunt's travel experiences, evident in the Spanish, Moroccon and Latin American influenced flavours.
The small restuarant reflects the humble and organic dishes; the interior has been sympathetically designed with the same sustainable credentials in mind.
Environmentally friendly materials such as reclaimed timbers, English hardwoods, clay based paints and LED lighting all contribute to a vision and desire to act sustainably.
Dishes are served by chatty waiters, and you are free to choose from communal tables, higher bar seating as well as al fresco dining tables. We were lucky enough to nab one of these and spent a very happy two hours drinking summery Windfall Sazeracs (cider brandy, absynthe, spiced perry syrup) and eating brunch delights such as Moroccon scramble, with harrissa beans and chili - the most beautifully colourful plate of food - and the home smoked trout with horseradish, kale and poached eggs.