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Ollie Dabbous to open new restaurant in Mayfair

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Ollie Dabbous to open new restaurant in Mayfair

Ollie Dabbous and Oskar Kinberg are believed to be opening a new restaurant in Mayfair in partnership with Hedonism Wines.

Hedonism has submitted a licensing application to Westminster City Council for a 250-cover restaurant at 85 Piccadilly in London’s Mayfair revealing the involvement of chef Dabbous and business partner Kinberg.

Dabbous closed both his casual dining restaurant Barnyard and the fine-dining, Michelin-starred Dabbous, both in London, earlier this year ahead of a “major new undertaking”.

At the time, he said: “We have been offered an amazing opportunity that enables all of us to grow and evolve.”

The new restaurant is expected to open next year, although details are scarce and representatives of Dabbous were unable to comment.

The only site Dabbous is currently operating is his restaurant at the Henrietta hotel in London’s Covent Garden.

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