The location - the Porsche Centre in Mayfair on Berkeley Square - was initially thought to become a new home for Le Caprice restaurant - one of London's most enduring celebrity restaurants, which closed last year. However, it is recently rumoured to a be a location for a Greek-influenced restaurant.
Having recently opened Noema in Mykonos - and with Nammos opening in London's Knightsbridge next year - it makes sense to project that this could be a London location for Noema - a stylish venture and concept conceived by K-Studio architects, the team behind another Mykonos landmark, Scorpios.
The menu, predominantly pescatarian and vegetarian, ranges from raw meze to delicious feasting platters pioneering a new Cycladic cuisine. Ingredients are cured, fermented, sun-dried and flame-grilled using time-honoured traditions.
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Crispy octopus with oxymel and wild oregano, sun-dried mackerel in lemon verbena sauce, charred beets with hazelnut pesto and double-strained yoghurt, and slow-roast pork chops with a cinnamon-anise crust.