Following its official opening at the end of March, Russian street food bar Zima has now taken over the whole of 45 Frith Street. It will replace Jean-Jacques – the first London outpost of a French café brand from Russian restaurant group Table Talk.
Originally just a basement venue, Zima has proved so popular that the first and ground floors of the building will now also offer Alexei Zimin’s contemporary Russian dishes, including borsch and beef stroganoff, alongside a range of unique vodka infusions. Open from noon until 1 am Tuesday-Saturday, Zima offers visitors lunch, dinner or a night cap.
To celebrate this expansion, all customers can get 25% off their food bill noon-5 pm until the end of May.