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Rowley Leigh parts company with Prescott & Conran

16 April 2018 by
Rowley Leigh parts company with Prescott & Conran

Chef Rowley Leigh appears to have parted company with restaurant group Prescott & Conran after announcing on Twitter that he is no longer involved in Parabola at the Design Museum in London.

After being asked about the restaurant's opening hours on the social media site this morning, Leigh said: "I have nothing to do with that place now I am afraid."

I have nothing to do with the place now I'm afraid. Book coming soon! https://t.co/2wz4rqpR4A

Meanwhile, in his Twitter profile he describes himself simply as "cook at large".

Leigh, who ran Le Café Anglais until 2014 and took charge of the kitchen at Parabola in September last year, declined to comment further when contacted by The Caterer.

Parabola opened in late 2016, at which point chef Graham Blower headed up the kitchen. He was joined by a series of rotating guest chefs, of which Leigh was one, along with Jeremy Lee and Martin Morales.

Prescott & Conran was founded by Peter Prescott and Sir Terence and Lady Conran but documents filed with Companies House show that Prescott resigned as a director in January this year, with his stake in the company transferring to Sir Terence.

In March, the company's Covent Garden restaurant Les Deux Salons closed.

Prescott & Conran's current portfolio includes the Boundary and Tratra at Boundary, both in Shoreditch; Parabola, Kensington High Street; Lutyens in Fleet Street; two Albion sites in Clerkenwell and Shoreditch; and the ChÁ¢teau Boundary wine club.

Prescott & Conran has been contacted for comment.

Prescott & Conran's Les Deux Salons in Covent Garden closes >>

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