You're going to have to be really patient to eat here. Only a tiny section of this small Soho restaurant is bookable, and the rest of the space (really just a 16-seater bar overlooking the open kitchen) is always packed. Whatever happens, don't give up. It's going to be SO worth it. I've been a couple of times, but came most recently with my parents as part of a night out to celebrate their wedding anniversary. It was only 5.30pm when we sat down (the pre-theatre crowd) but wow, what an atmosphere – our lovely waiter Gary even bought us a round of Prosecco on the house to kick things off. The food is described as 'modern day Jerusalem-style' which I must admit meant very little to me but... wow. Thank God the dishes are all sharing plates or I'd have serious panic about food envy. Stand-out favourites for me were the deconstructed kebab, the fatoush salad, the cauliflower steak – oh and the Jerusalem mess dessert pictured above. I want them all again NOW. The presentation of each dish is beautiful without being fussy - and the service is outstanding. If you're sitting up at the bar, as I did on another visit, the chefs hand out shots (and drink them too) as they rustle up your dinner. There is a genuine buzz about this place that isn't forced - it's just super fun. Go.