CLAUDE BOSI TO OPEN IN SOUTH KENSINGTON
Renowned French chef Claude Bosi will begin his new venture as chef patron of South Kensington stalwart Bibendum in spring 2017, opening Claude Bosi at Bibendum.
This historic and listed building, which was originally HQ for Michelin in 1911, became a much-loved restaurant, shop and office space in the mid 1980s. Sir Terence Conran and the late Lord Paul Hamlyn bought the iconic site and proceeded to open one of London’s best restaurants, nurturing a number of chefs who soon became well-known names.
Bibendum will undergo a full refurbishment after closing its doors in January 2017. Claude Bosi will continue to serve quality seafood on the ground floor while the oyster bar will transform into a cocktail bar. Claude will serve his recognised Michelin-starred food in the first floor dining room as well as recreating some signature Bibendum dishes. The restaurant will be open Wednesday to Sunday, while the ground floor will open its doors seven days a week.
“This is an extremely exciting adventure for me. After 20 years of living and working in the UK, I’m looking forward to cooking my style of food in such an iconic building and putting my name above the door.”
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