This June, Mama Shelter’s lively Hackney Road outpost, Mama Shelter London – Shoreditch, will launch its new restaurant – Mama’s French Kitchen.

Set in the heart of the East End, Mama’s French Kitchen takes inspiration from the brand’s French roots with a selection of playful dishes and celebrates its London home with seasonal, local produce.

Mama’s French Kitchen will offer traditional dishes with a Mama twist, celebrating home cooked French staples. The all-day menu features salt and chilli frogs’ legs with wild garlic and grelot onions; confit duck poutine with duck fat chips and crispy onions; chicken paillard club sandwich with baked garlic; bacon crumb and coq au vin ketchup; and hake papillote with fennel, preserved lemon and dill.

Sundays will also see the return of Mama’s much-loved roasts, including beef wellington served with Yorkshire pudding, duck fat roasted potatoes, cauliflower cheese, maple glazed parsnips, shallots and gravy.

Desserts of rum-soaked pineapple, coconut and lime sorbet and Brulee’d pain perdu will also feature and a bar menu of French kitchen dishes will also be available in Mama’s Garden Bar, an outdoor courtyard with a retractable glass roof.

The refreshed 100-cover restaurant is at the heart of Mama Shelter London – Shoreditch, a neighbourhood spot for visitors and locals alike to socialise, celebrate, eat and drink. The tongue-in-cheek design features vintage lamps and a twist on the English lace doily, paired with dark wooden interiors, pops of coloured macramé and Liberty prints. The chalkboard ceilings are adorned with graffiti by graphic designer and artist Beniloys, while table football and a giant in-built Twister board provide further entertainment.