06.02.2019

Exciting New Eateries in Our Quarter!


We’re SO fortunate to have some of the best eateries in town right on our doorstep, and already this year we’ve been able to welcome four more new and exciting ones to our Quarter.

On Monday 18 February, A.O.K. Kitchen & Bakery – the debut restaurant from The Arts Club’s Kelly Landesberg – will open on Dorset Street. Inspired by Mediterranean and Californian flavours, A.O.K will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner with a focus on gluten, dairy and refined sugar-free dishes.

Kelly Landesberg, Founder of A.O.K. Kitchen & Bakery, will be joined by a team of acclaimed chefs from London’s dining scene, including Kostas Rampias, former Head Chef at MoMo’s, who will bring his passion for Mediterranean cooking to A.O.K.’s seasonal menu, using the highest quality produce. The all-day dining space will offer a variety of dishes, from Acai bowls and a nutritious take on the full English breakfast, to a selection of salads, sea bass Ceviche and BBQ lamb chops.

While in its separate bakery, Sebastien Chiono, the Head Baker at The Arts Club, will be creating freshly-made patisserie and viennoiserie in dairy, gluten and free varieties, all refined sugar free.

Also on the 18th, a new three-part Indian restaurant is opening on Baker Street. Ooty, which’ll be made up of a fine dining restaurant, a casual restaurant (Ooty Station, which will be coming soon) and a basement cocktail bar (Ooty Club), will occupy the place of Galvin Bistrot de Luxe on Baker Street after the French restaurant closed last year.

And for those of you who love your coffee, the laid-back Everbean Deli, which opened last month on Seymour Place (not quite in our Quarter, but definitely worth a visit!) and is renowned for its excellent customer service, will provide a friendly, calm space for busy Londoners, serving breakfast, brunch and lunch menus to eat in or take away.

Last, but not least, is Blue Dot Coffee, which is soon to open on Old Quebec Street, will serve artisan coffee, a selection of hot and cold snacks, as well as freshly-made pastries.

We do hope you get to try them out soon, and please do share your thoughts on our social media channels!


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