Turkish restaurant Yosma in London will be closing its Marylebone site at the end of the month with plans to relaunch in Soho this summer.
The 150-cover restaurant on Baker Street will close on the 27 January after two years; no further information was confirmed as to why the site is moving or to where exactly. Head chef Hus Vedat plans to travel across Turkey in the meantime seeking out new recipes and inspiration.
He said: "Yosma's current home on Baker Street has had quite the journey, from opening one of London's first modern Meyhanes, to serving over a thousand people every week. We've loved bringing Istanbul's culture to this neighbourhood and are so grateful to our friends and regulars who have supported us over the last three years. We now look forward to the next chapter in Soho."
Yosma is owned and operated by the Good Food Society, established in 2013 by Levent Büyükuğur and Sanjay Nandi. Good Food Society also partnered with the Frescobaldi Family to launch Ristorante Frescobaldi in Mayfair in 2014, and in 2017 the team opened Aegean bar and restaurant Hovarda in Soho.