With its slogan ‘Eat well, eat local’, we’re encouraged by the ethos of this restaurant. Meat is sourced from local farms and grilled before your eyes in the open kitchen. The restaurant is tiny with nowhere to dine but on the small outdoor terrace. The decor inside has rustic touches – think wooden furniture and a wall of preserves – with a modernist edge owing to its high ceiling painted black with silver buckets hanging form it. Food is light and healthily cooked – the cheese rolls are grilled rather than fried, for example – while the fattoush salad is crisp and refreshing. The staff are patient and know the menu well, allowing them to make thoughtful and considered suggestions. Massaad BBQ Farm to Table isn’t really a place you’d choose to dine out with friends, but for a quick pit stop if you’re on The Walk or for takeaway, the restaurant will serve you well.
Massaad BBQ Farm to Table