There’s a new Greek restaurant arriving in 80-82 Great Titchfield Street, Fitzrovia this month and it comes from the renowned Waney family (behind Roka, Zuma and The Arts Club) so expectations are high.
Meraki is set to be a contemporary Greek restaurant with a cosmopolitan flare that uses quality ingredients. The concept behind Meraki stemmed from the Waney family’s special affinity for Greece, which developed whilst on holiday with friends on the islands.
The concept behind Meraki stemmed from the Waney family’s special affinity for Greece.
The term Meraki describes the action to fulfil a vision with unwavering devotion and zeal. This ties in with the ethos of the brand, the principle of Greek hospitality (Xenia) of compassionately extending the same generosity and courtesy shown to those from all walks of life, regardless of status.
Meraki restaurant will combine Greek companionship with the best regional produce, like citrus from Naxos and bottarga from Mesologgi. The drinks list will feature plenty of Greek wines plus cocktails using traditional ingredients like kritamo, mastic and marjoram.
The deal was overseen by Agency Director David Rawlinson at Restaurant Property.
80-82 Great Titchfield Street
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