Celebrated Soho seafood restaurant shuts down after three years
Bonnie Gull’s slick seafood restaurant will close on Bateman Street this Friday. Writing on Instagram, the restaurant group — which also operates a restaurant in Fitzrovia that will re-open next week after refurbishment and whose owner, Alex Hunter, opened The Sea, The Sea on Pavilion Road — said:
Sometimes great things too must end. This week we say goodbye to our beloved Bonnie Gull Soho after 3 glorious years of oysters, grilled fish and many many laughs.
One of London’s best seafood restaurants, it served a range of oysters, small plates based on British day-boat fish, and larger fish plainly grilled.
And in other news...
- London superstar Clare Smyth will build on her two-Michelin-starred restaurant Core by Clare Smyth, in Notting Hill, by opening a destination restaurant in Sydney, Australia next year.
- A Greek-Cypriot taverna, a Nepalese institution, and some superb pizza join Ealing’s best restaurants.
- Nigerian tapas specialist Chuku’s is gearing up to open its first permanent restaurant in Tottenham Hale.
- Black Roe will close in Mayfair, with parent group NZR replacing it with a second Chotto Matte, the successful Nikkei restaurant in Soho. [The Caterer]
- Good tweet:
Boston Market tweeted this and the entire thread below is just them hiding replies of people sending pictures of a man fucking a raw chicken. The brands get what they deserve. https://t.co/B8otDmPUU8— Carl Kinsella (@TVsCarlKinsella) January 28, 2020