The London’s most exclusive restaurant by Martin Brudnizki
If you’re looking for something different to do this weekend, we suggest you The Ivy, the London’s most exclusive restaurant designed by the great Martin Brudnizki! This time, the restaurant chain, picked Soho for its new home. Keep reading and get to know this amazing place and why you should visit it.
This restaurant seems to have taken an egalitarian turn with a bullish rollout of grills & brasseries and cafés throughout London. The latest in the collection is The Ivy Soho Brasserie, a buzzy venue that fully absorbs the nightlife vibe of its West End location, perfect for a Friday night or for the weekend!
Without losing the brand’s signature aesthetic, Martin Brudnizki’s mood board is quintessentially British, with the artworks from William Blake serving as inspiration for the large pieces of art. These sit amongst a stylish combination of luxe materials which in their totality present a contemporary interior that pays homage to the original Ivy restaurant.
For Friday night you have the incredible bespoke cocktails by Kevin Knee, the bar manager. You’ll find a huge selection of cocktails like the Dick’s Drink, a heady mix of vanilla vodka, Expre Tossolini espresso liqueur and freshly pulled espresso, inspired in part by the late Soho bartender Dick Bradsell. All that with tunes from the in-house DJ blasting in the background to animate your night.
Perfect for the weekend, mostly for the one who like to sleep till late, alongside the contemporary British dishes, that is a new perfect new Brunch waffle menu and a selection of creative desserts.
IMAGE SOURCE: @ivysohobrass Instagram
After that, I have know doubt that you have a new plane for the weekend! With all that, the latest in The Ivy collection is an unmistakably Soho experience!
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