West African-influenced cuisine – a modern take on traditional Nigerian, Ghanaian and Sengalese flavours, without particular reference to native dishes – comes to St James’s, thanks to (Canadian-Chinese) chef Jeremy Chan (who has previously worked at Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Noma and Hibiscus) and native Nigerian, Iré Hassan-Odukale (born in Ikoyi, Lagos’s most affluent suburb). The venture – part of the the extensive redevelopment of St James's Market, and by far London’s swankiest African-inspired venture to-date – follows a successful pop-up career (including at Carousel).
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