October News

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We are delighted to announce that Hide has been awarded a Michelin star less than six months after opening. Many congratulations to executive chef and co-owner Ollie Dabbous and his brilliant team.

Below you will find details of what some of our clients are up to this month.

 For further information, please call us on 020 7734 7001 or e-mail news@joriwhitepr.co.uk

  • ONIMA BRINGS SOMETHING VERY DIFFERENT TO MAYFAIR

    Launching in the heart of Mayfair on 1 November, Onima promises to engage all five senses with an ultra stylish restaurant, presenting Mediterranean cuisine with an Asian touch, and an equally glamorous bar, which, as the night progresses, will seamlessly merge together. Complementing this offering going forward will be a private lounge and gorgeous roof terrace.

  • LINCOLN PLAZA, LONDON TO OPEN EARLY 2019

    The latest addition to the Curio Collection by Hilton portfolio, Lincoln Plaza London is more than just a place to stay; opening in January 2019 it combines accessible luxury with a unique feel-good factor. Located in Canary Wharf, the hotel’s ultra-modern exterior is inspired by the sleek architectural lines of the city’s financial and commercial hub. Its innovative food & drink offering meanwhile is spearheaded by signature Pan-Indian restaurant Mr Todiwala’s Kitchen, the much-anticipated new opening by acclaimed chef Cyrus Todiwala OBE.

  • PETER STREET KITCHEN TO LAUNCH IN OCTOBER

    It’s already blazed a trail through the capital’s dining scene. Now as Edwardian Hotels London announces the 13 October launch of Peter Street Kitchen, Manchester is all set to get its first taste of a dynamic new concept that skilfully embraces the art of shared dining. Guests here will be able to choose from an array of small plates from two different cuisines, in this instance contemporary Japanese and Mexican, within a sophisticated and vibrant setting.

  • IT IBIZA TO HEAT UP LONDON THIS WINTER

    The White Isle’s hugely successful dining/socialising concept, IT Ibiza, is coming to London this winter. Housed in a former art gallery, it will offer locals and visitors to Mayfair a vibrant new place in which to eat, drink, work and socialise. In keeping with the building’s heritage, the venue will also serve as a showcase for some of the UK’s most exciting emerging artists. IT London guests will not only enjoy gorgeous surroundings and incredible service but light, elegant and playful dishes created by the two Michelin-starred Gennaro Esposito.

  • THE HALAL GUYS ARE COMING TO LONDON

    From its humble beginnings as a food cart on the streets of New York City to a global icon, The Halal Guys is nothing short of a phenomenon. Now Europe is about to get its first taste of the largest American Halal street food concept in the world, as it launches a restaurant in central London later this year.

  • GET ON YOUR SKATES ON AND HEAD TO SCOFF & BANTER

    As far as we’re concerned it’s never too early to indulge in something a little festive! Scoff & Banter Kensington is once again partnering with the Natural History Museum to offer a unique skate and Winter Afternoon Tea package for just £38 per head. And what a tea it is, featuring as it does such irresistible treats as cinnamon spiced carrot cake. This seasonal spread can also be enjoyed on its own, at both Scoff & Banter’s Kensington and Canary Wharf locations at £30 per person. All of the above will be available from 25 October until 20 January.

  • FARZI CAFE SET TO TAKE LONDON BY STORM

    With nine hugely successful restaurants in India, and hot on the heels of its first international outpost in Dubai, Farzi Café will open a London site this winter. Modern Indian bistro Farzi is known for its interpretation of local cuisine, amalgamating traditional global and Indian classics with Indian influences. Here culinary art meets the alchemy of modern presentations and cooking techniques, like molecular gastronomy, to absorb the guest into the ultimate gastronomic illusion.

  • VEG OUT AT ULI

    Asia can lay claim to some of the tastiest vegetarian dishes in the world and ULI embraces some of the very best. So, with this month heralding World Vegetarian Day, why not head to this Notting Hill favourite to sample their selection of meat-free Chinese, Thai, Malay and Singaporean delicacies? ULI’s much acclaimed menu includes a variety of vegetarian and vegan delicacies but if this selection doesn’t tempt your taste buds, then its chefs are also happy to ‘vegetarianise’ over 80% of their meat and fish dishes!

  • GET CARRIED AWAY BY ADAM WILLIAMS’ NEW COLLECTION

    He is the acclaimed talent behind such renowned pieces as the iconic Icicle Table. Now sculptor and designer Adam Williams has been inspired by something very different for his latest chair collection – classic cars. Taking the aerodynamic bodywork and sculptural air vents of these models as his starting point, designs commissioned and completed to date include the Cobra Daytona, Ford GT40 and a 1950’s Bentley Continental. All chairs are made to order with a lead time of 12 to 14 weeks.

  • A PORTRAIT OF THE TREE WINNER CELEBRATES

    16-year-old Croydon student Jacob Scarse’s evocative image of a horse chestnut tree took its place alongside a stunning array of trees chosen by the likes of Richard Branson and Joanna Lumley and captured by renowned photographer Adrian Houston. All were displayed at Adrian’s Portrait of the Tree exhibition which was met with huge acclaim on its two-week tenure at the Unit London gallery in Hanover Square last month. Pictured is Jacob being presented with his prize by Shirley Rodrigues, London’s Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy.

  • SAN CARLO ST JAMES’ UNVEILS NEW AUTUMN MENU

    San Carlo’s new chef Davide Alberti has wasted no time in unveiling his brand new autumn menu. Spearheaded by such sublime creations as Gnocchi filled with porcini & black truffle sauce and Grilled halibut with shellfish bisque, the piece de resistance is undoubtedly an ultimate sharing dish in the mouth-watering shape of Bistecca alla Fiorentina – a 38 oz 40 day dry-aged T-bone steak served Florentine style (pictured).

  • MNKY HSE TURNS TWO

    MNKY HSE is gearing up to celebrate its second anniversary on 19 October by throwing the most exclusive party in Mayfair. Reserve your table now to ensure you don’t miss out on a night of sublime Latin American fare, delectable cocktails and great music, all in one of London’s most uniquely elegant settings.

  • IN CELEBRATION OF FRIDA KAHLO: LSK’S COLOURFUL MEXICAN BRUNCHES

    Hurry as there are only three more chances to experience Leicester Square Kitchen’s vibrant brunches in celebration of the V&A’s much acclaimed exhibition, Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up. Held on 6th and 20th of this month and 3rd November, these unmissable afternoons of exquisite food, cocktails, Frida-themed flower installations and DJ sets will not only pay tribute to one of the greatest ever Mexican artists, but bring the sounds, colours and flavours of Latin America to the heart of London’s entertainment district.

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