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Wild by Tart x The Sybarite – Eat Out To Help Out Campaign

Wild by Tart is a neighbourhood restaurant set within a multipurpose space. Housed in a former power station and coal store, the site combines a restaurant, bar, deli, retail store, events space, and photography studio.

Founded by Jemima Jones and Lucy Carr-Ellison, the successful duo behind bespoke catering company Tart London, and Tom Warren, founder of leading photography studio Lock Studios.

“It was devastating to have to close our doors in March however, we have tried to innovate and come up with ways to keep the business going whilst our doors were closed. We launched ‘Tart at Home’, our online shop selling; freshly prepared meals, groceries and drinks from some of our favourite suppliers. Our deli has reopened and we’ve also launched Summer pop-up outside in Eccleston Yards.” 

Book your table now at Wild by Tart by visiting https://wildbytart.com/, alternatively contact us for booking queries.

The Sybarite is teaming up with the fine dining industry to support the Eat out to Help Out initiative, reviving the dining out scene. If you’re in the fine dining industry that is part of the scheme and interested in teaming up with us please get in touch at [email protected]. If you are a restaurant interested in our campaign but have yet to join the scheme, we have provided more information here

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3rd - 31st August

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