Corbin & King buck trend and see sales and turnover climb

Corbin & King recorded turnover exceeding £40m in 2018, remaining “strong in a competitive environment”.

The restaurant group, which recently opened Soutine, closed Bellanger, and has more projects on the way next year, reached £44.1m in turnover and saw sales increase by 2.5 per cent.

Accounts lodged with Companies House cover the nine months from March to December 2018. The period of record was shortened to bring restaurant operations, which include the Wolseley, Colbert and Fischer’s, in line with parent company Minor Hotels, which acquired a majority stake in December 2017.

Manzi’s in Soho is set to launch in 2020, while a Notting Hill restaurant is also under development.

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