Ollie Dabbous closes Barnyard

23 March 2017 by
Ollie Dabbous closes Barnyard

Chef Ollie Dabbous has closed his Barnyard restaurant on London's Charlotte Street three years after opening.

The restaurant closed in January and it set to become a second Señor Ceviche Peruvian restaurant.

In partnership with Oskar Kinberg, Dabbous launched the casual dining Barnyard in 2014, as well as the Michelin-starred Dabbous restaurant in 2012. Just last month it was announced Dabbous would close in the summer ahead of a "major new initiative" from the pair set to launch late this year or early 2018.

In the meantime, Dabbous' lease has been put up for sale through property agent Davis Coffer Lyons.

It was also announced late last year that Dabbous is launching a third restaurant with the Experimental Group at the Henrietta hotel in London's Covent Garden.

Dabbous and Kinberg released a statement which read: "Barnyard was a fun restaurant but we have a very busy year ahead with various other exciting projects lined up. We are sad to see it close, but having been made an offer we couldn't refuse, we decided that the time was right to move on."

Dabbous to close this summer ahead of ‘major new initiative' >>

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