From rich fondue with truffle, molten raclette and crispy rösti through to chateaubriand charbonnade on tabletop charcoal grills, Heritage on Soho’s Rupert Street takes Swiss food to a new level.
Add to this, creative cocktails and fine wines from across the Alps and Heritage brings something fresh and exciting to the capital.
Swiss cuisine is re-imagined in dishes that seamlessly blend the traditions of Swiss cooking with refined techniques by Head Chef Aarik Persaud.
Designed for sharing, the menu showcases the finest British produce and is peppered with luxurious ingredients such as wagyu beef, lobster and black truffle. Let the signature fondue take centre stage – a refined blend of Gruyère and raclette cheese – served with Dedham Vale 30-day aged beef fillet and Cobble Lane charcuterie, or seasonal vegetables.
Add some theatre to your meal and take cooking into your own hands with Heritage’s table top charbonnade grills, and barbecue chateaubriand of Dedham Vale beef, whole lobster, jumbo prawns and scallops to perfection. Or, indulge in the impressive Trenchmore wagyu burger, topped with bacon and truffle jam, foie gras, sweet onion, pickles and finished off table-side with raclette.
Heritage takes its wine as seriously as it does its food. Carefully curated by Head Sommelier Elena Serban, the 200-strong list, divided by grape varietals, perfectly complements the dynamic flavours served from the theatre kitchen.
The bar at Heritage can be enjoyed as part of the dining experience or as a stylish drinking destination in its own right. Discerning drinkers can perch in comfort on the leather-luxe high-stools and explore the inventive cocktail menu, divided into the ‘Bright Side’ and ‘Dark Side’, created by drinks expert and mixologist, Zoran Peric exclusively for Heritage.