Thanks to strong relationships with cutting-edge London leisure operators, we have been exposed to some of the most diverse and attractive restaurant concepts in the world.
Today, restaurants with fresh and unique concepts are driving heightened customer interest in London. Hotshot brands, such as Tramshed, Burger and Lobster and Wahaca, all have distinct themes and disruptive ideas that customers buy into. They are fantastically memorable.
What is it that’s so memorable about a strong concept?
But what is it that’s so memorable about a strong concept? We suspect that interior design plays a big part.
At Tramshed, for example, not many will leave without having discussed the large formaldehyde tank containing a real cow and chicken.
The London restaurant market is saturated with high-end operators jostling for business. So, how do you meet the design preferences of some of the world’s most discerning customers? Especially when their day-to-day worlds are already rich with delights.
Unsurprisingly, The Ivy London continues to lead the way in luxury design. Here you can see Martin Brudnizki Design Studio’s stunning refurbishment, based on the distinct 1930s style of the Ivy restaurant. It retains the heritage of the building while cutting through today’s trends with angular lighting and punchy pastels. It also houses an impressive collection of young and established British artist’s work.
The pièce de résistance is a 1970s Venini chandelier that was found and meticulously restored.
Hot on the heels of the Ivy, in terms of style, is the Hélène Darroze restaurant at the Connaught. It’s contemporary and elegant, and well worth your attention.
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