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Harden's says

Twin brother restaurateurs Alberto and Arian Zandi will open this restaurant – inspired by the cuisine of the South of France – in St James’s this autumn. It will be the Zandi’s fourth restaurant and their most prominent, occupying the striking Modernist building next to The Economist magazine that was formerly occupied by Sake no Hana (RIP).

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Restaurant details

103
23 St James’s Street, London, SW1A 1HA

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