This is a sponsored article on behalf of In Horto.
As the nights draw in, there's something especially alluring about comforting home-style cooking — and Southwark restaurant In Horto is serving it up by the (huge, delicious) plate-load.
The Mediterranean-inspired, rustic restaurant takes its cue from the likes of Greece and Italy, putting pastoral tradition at the centre — think whole baked cauliflower with four-cheese potatoes; cod fillet with fire-roasted ratatouille; roast chicken with creme fraiche, garlic potatoes and leeks; or a hearty 12-hour braised lamb with harissa vegetables.
While the tantalising aromas of roasted meats and vegetables waft from the brick fire oven, choose your wine from an impressive selection courtesy of the multi-award-winning Liberty Wines, which includes organic and biodynamic labels with sustainable and carbon-neutral credentials.
In Horto is a beautiful venue — dine beneath a woven roof and wooden beams, with botanicals and plants draped from the rafters, while sandstone walls and terracotta tiles put you in mind of the Med. You don't even need to worry about the London climate — the venue has plenty of heaters and blankets to keep things cosy all winter long. Ideal for romantic evenings, treating the parents, or dinner with anyone who appreciates rustic cuisine in an aptly homespun setting.
In Horto — which is Latin for 'in the garden' — is located just a few minutes walk from London Bridge station, and opens for both lunch and dinner, Wednesday-Saturday. Book yourself in for date night, a catch-up with friends, or even your work Christmas party — it's bound to impress.
In Horto, 53b Southwark Street, SE1 1RU. Open 12pm-3pm and 5pm-11pm Wednesday-Friday, and 12pm-11pm on Saturday.