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Greek restaurant and Peruvian site to join London's Kingly Court

16 September 2014 by
Greek restaurant and Peruvian site to join London's Kingly Court

Two new restaurants are set to open in the new London dining area in Kingly Court, just off London's Carnaby Street.

The first will be a Greek restaurant named the Life Goddess, and the second Señor Ceviche, offering Peruvian cuisine and cocktails.

The 1,250 sq ft, 80-seater SeÁ±or Ceviche is inspired by Lima market life, and will focus on Peruvian cuisine, such as barbecued meat, salads, and, of course, ceviche. It will also have a menu of traditional, in-house pisco cocktails, Peruvian beer, and South American wine.

Shelley Webb, from Kingly Court owners Shaftesbury Plc, said: "The Life Goddess, experimental divine and SeÁ±or Ceviche are exactly what Kingly Court is all about - fresh, authentic food enjoyed in a lively environment."

The restaurants are the latest to be announced in a host of venues within the 19-strong development, which also includes Italian-style sites Pizza Pilgrims and Frigittoria, American diner Stax, Japanese ramen bar Shoryu Carnaby, health-conscious deli The Detox Kitchen and yoga café Retreat Café.

Pizza Pilgrims to open second permanent site >>

Chicken and egg concept to open in London's Carnaby Street >>

Peruvian restaurant Ceviche to open second site in Shoreditch >>

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