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Rising Star Leisure to open third site

19 October 2007 by
Rising Star Leisure to open third site

Bar and restaurant operator Rising Star Leisure is to launch its third venue with the opening of a new site in Parsons Green, south London.

The Establishment, which will open in mid-November, will comprise a 44-cover restaurant, large open-plan lounge bar, private dining room and a glass-walled alfresco courtyard.

Head chef will be Karl McEwan, formerly from the Michelin-starred Glasshouse in Kew, who will serve a menu of modern British food focused on seasonal ingredients.

The interior of the restaurant, formerly known as Novello, has been designed by Steve Kelly and Focus Design and will feature a 1970s retro feel.

Rising Star Leisure currently operates two outlets in south London with Iniquity in Battersea and The People's Republic in Clapham.

Iniquity website >>

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By Kerstin Kühn

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