Restaurateur Jeremy King has revealed details of three new sites in the pipeline, including Manzi’s in London’s Soho.
King said the Corbin & King group’s next site, Manzi’s, will be a ‘pescatarian’ restaurant and, despite delays, should be open by the end of May.
This will be followed by a new venue in the City’s former House of Fraser store on King William Street, with an opening estimated of early 2021.
“A beautiful, great room but sadly, unlike the Wolseley, all the original internal architectural features have gone – so we are going to effectively reinstate,” said King.
He also teased details of another site in Notting Hill last year, which he has now confirmed is the old RBS building between Pembridge Road and Pembridge Gardens.
He said: “There was a delay on this because, although we have obtained all the necessary planning, there was a chance we could acquire the lease on the site next door, which opened up some interesting solutions, but that fell away.”
Corbin & King is also behind the Wolseley in Mayfair, Colbert in Sloane Square and Soutine in St John's Wood.