This is the cutest little place on the top floor of Kingly Court, sandwiched in between Carnaby Street and Regent Street. I love this little court full of shops, restaurants and bars. My all-time favourite bar in London, Cahoots, also resides here. This 1940s underground station themed dream boat is a must do for any history loving visitors to this area. Again, I digress, straight on to the kebabs!
Le Bab has a cool, minimalist and understated aesthetic in restaurant decor, everything is neutral, plain and simple. This is the perfect backdrop for their spectacular, posh gourmet kebabs. Here we have the BBQ paneer kebab with beetroot puree, crispy onion, pickled celery and curry mayo and the 15-hour free range pork shawarma kebab, with pickled fennel, crackling and zhoug mayo. Now I love a kebab and am usually a chicken shish girl but both of these were utterly divine. (I didn’t order both for myself, I did have company, just to clear that up).
These are the cheese fondue fries, how amazing does that sound? They were also crazy good! This inspires me to seek out a full on swiss fondue in the not too distant future. Tis the season really isn’t it.
If you know Kingly Court you will know it can get super busy here at times and that all of the vendors are cute, cosy and small. Luckily Le Bab takes reservations so you can book up in advance and satisfy all of your gourmet kebab needs. I wonder if they deliver! Total side note, the toilet (yes, singular) is really cool here.
Has anyone been, if so what did you have, and should I be getting it next time?!