Sloane Stanley has announced the signing of two new independent dining concepts to the King’s Road, coinciding with the reopening of 100% of the estate’s restaurants, bars and cafés since the easing of indoor hospitality restrictions.
New Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant, Nakanojo, is to make its debut with a flagship site at 356 – 360 King’s Road, while wine specialist, 28º–50º, has launched its third location at 300 King’s Road, formerly occupied by Byron.
Founded by entrepreneur Josh Ahmet, the first-ever Nakanojo will introduce visitors to its unique Nikkei-inspired cuisine, with a focus on fresh and high-quality ingredients. The casual fine-dining concept restaurant will span the basement and ground floor of the 4,512 sq ft space, offering a range of dishes from premium sushi to authentic robata grill flavours.
Just a stone’s throw away, the new 28º–50º Chelsea site has launched in a prominent 2,884 sq ft corner unit, accommodating up to 80 covers across its indoor and alfresco spaces. Taking the traditional wine bar experience to a whole new level, 28º–50º combines extensive wine choices with an evolving modern European menu, expertly developed by executive chef Julien Baris. As part of the relaxed yet elegant dining experience, in-house sommeliers are on hand to advise on the ideal pairings, while a number of workshops, tastings, and themed dinners will be held year-round for wine enthusiasts.
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