CORBIN & KING TO OPEN A HUGE FISH RESTAURANT IN SOHO
Corbin & King, the pair behind The Delaunay, The Wolseley, Bellanger and Brasserie Zedel, may have just opened the doors to their latest restaurant Soutine but they’re already onto the next project, a huge new fish restaurant in Soho.
And when we say huge, we mean it – the as-yet-unnamed restaurant will take over three floors of an old 1950s office building in the pedestrian-only Bateman’s Buildings alley and will have space for 240 covers. As well as a main dining room on the first floor and a bar and less formal space on the ground floor, the restaurant will also have a terrace. We don’t have any deets when it comes to the food but Jeremy King has said that the restaurant will be affordable, along the same lines as Brasserie Zedel, but not so French, with more British fish on the menu. Watch this space for more.
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Bateman’s Buildings, Soho, London, W1