Villandry and Relish owners launch Villandry Kitchen

12 June 2009 by
Villandry and Relish owners launch Villandry Kitchen

The owners of Villandry and Relish Restaurants have joined forces to launch Villandry Kitchen in High Holborn, London.

Jamie Barber, who also owns Villandry London in Great Portland Street, and Ed Standring, who owns Relish Restaurants, plan to roll-out the consumer-friendly concept across the capital.

Villandry Kitchen consists of a charcuterie counter and bar and bistro, offering food such as croque monsieur, gratin of macaroni cheese with crispy bacon and moules frites with crusty bread.

All breads and pastries will be delivered daily from the bakery at Villandry, Great Portland Street

There will also be a new private dining room called The Kitchen Table; a private basement space that can accommodate up to 30 guests seated or 40 standing for any meetings, private parties, product launches or corporate dinners.

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