The former executive sushi chef for the Zuma group of restaurants will open eponymous restaurant Endo Kazutoshi on Beak Street on the former Grillshack site, with the restaurant slated for a November launch. The sushi restaurant will draw on the Yokohama-born chef’s more than two decades of experience in restaurants including El Bulli in Spain. The third-generation sushi master also oversaw the sushi offer at Zuma’s restaurants in London, New York, Miami, Dubai, Hong Kong and Istanbul.
Located in the city’s Corn Exchange, the 160-cover venue is due to open this autumn following an extensive fit-out of the 6,500sq ft basement space that includes an open kitchen and a 12-seat private dining room. The new restaurant will be the first in Manchester to offer Tweed Valley steak on its menu, according to brand owner Glendola Leisure. The beef is selected from the top 1% of Scottish beef and dry hung for 35 days, it says.
What: Located in a restored former Grade II listed train ticket office in Peckham, Coal Rooms occupies the office that was originally part of Peckham Rye’s train station in the 1930s. Who: The new venture is from the team behind the cafe Old Spike Roastery and restaurant Aside, both in Peckham, and all-day cafe, bar and restaurant Spike + Earl in Camberwell. The kitchen is headed by chef Sam Bryant, whose CV includes Smokehouse in Islington, Princess of Shoreditch and Norfolk’s Dabbling Duck.
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