In the refurbished 300-year-old former home of the Royal College of Music, Argentine chef Fernando Trocca (and partner Tato Giovannoni) will open a “re-imagining" of the Buenos Aires open-fire restaurant of the same name.
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Fernando Trocca (a star Latino chef) has imported the colour and tastes of Buenos Aires to this 120-seat, summer 2021 newcomer, and breathless, early online reports say the room is absolutey knock-out, with its glam chandeliers, and the high drama of its central open kitchen and fire pit. It occupies a Soho site of historical interest, too – the concert hall inside the 300-year-old building that once was the HQ of the Royal College of Music (currently emerging from being redeveloped). Downstairs is a moody, nightclubby bar, Abajo, from Renato Giovannoni, who is involved with one of BA’s top bars: Floreria Atlantico.
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