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Harden's says

Carlo Scotto has left the well-liked Xier (RIP) to launch this small but ambitious new venture. A 24-cover site housed in a former Caffe Nero just by Green Park Station – it will offer a three- and four-course menus at lunch, with six- and 15-course tasting menus at dinner.

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52 Stratton Street, London, W1J 8LN

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