D&D London's Pont de la Tour to close for refurbishment

20 July 2015 by
D&D London's Pont de la Tour to close for refurbishment

Restaurant group D&D London has announced that its riverside site Pont de la Tour is to close for a major refurbishment.

The 90-cover venue (plus another 90 in the bar and terrace), which overlooks Tower Bridge from Butler's Wharf, will close on 2 August and reopen in late September, with a new head chef, and new restaurant, retail and bar spaces designed by Russell Sage Studio. Tom Cook is currently executive chef.

The refurbishment is one of three planned by D&D London this year, including Mayfair's Sartoria and its site within the Royal Exchange building near Bank.

D&D London operates several restaurant and bar sites across the capital, from the casual to the more upmarket, including Bluebird, Blueprint Café, Orrery, Quaglino's, Floradita, Carom, Skylon, and the Butlers Wharf Chop House. It also has a number of venues across the UK, including Angelica in Leeds.

D&D London appoints Tom Cook as executive chef at Le Pont de la Tour >>

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