Concierge.com's insider take:
Wild Honey is an unexpected haven tucked away on a quiet side street in the bustling West End. Occupying an attractive wood-paneled room formerly used by Marco Pierre White, the restaurant is the younger sibling of London favorite Arbutus. But while Arbutus has been criticized for its antiseptic decor and frosty service, Wild Honey is a warm and welcoming spot to settle in for an hour or two (grab one of the cozy banquettes). Chef Anthony Demetre creates unpretentious, seasonal dishes such as beet and smoked-eel tart or pork with apple puree. The wine list will suit all budgets—every bottle is also available by the carafe—as will the modestly priced set menu at lunch ($24 for three courses).
Open Mondays through Saturdays noon to 2:30 pm and 6 to 11 pm, Sundays noon to 3 pm and 6 to 10:30 pm.