Cadogan Arms to relaunch with backing of JKS Restaurants founders

06 May 2021 by
Cadogan Arms to relaunch with backing of JKS Restaurants founders

The Cadogan Arms pub in London's Chelsea is to relaunch in July with the backing of investors including JKS Restaurants founders Jyotin, Karam and Sunaina Sethi.

The project is being led by Dominic Jacobs of the Running Horse pub in Mayfair, with James Knappett of the two-Michelin-starred Kitchen Table in London's Fitzrovia overseeing the menu as culinary director.

Knappett will work alongside executive chef Alex Harper, who formerly headed up the kitchen at the capital's Michelin-starred Harwood Arms and was executive head chef at Neo Bistro.

The menu will celebrate "best-in-class British produce" with the drinks list showcasing exclusive beers, cask and craft ales alongside wines and cocktails.

Jacobs said: "Dating back to the 1700s, the Cadogan Arms is one of Chelsea's most enduring public houses. The team are excited to once again be able to open the doors to the local community and deliver a gold standard public house experience that honours the rich history of the venue."

Knappett's Kitchen Table is due to reopen this year after a refurbishment, which will see the restaurant expand into the upstairs Bubbledogs space with a new lounge and bar.

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