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London restaurant moguls Chris Corbin and Jeremy King, the duo behind The Wolseley and Brasserie Zédel, are to open their ninth site in the capital in April near Lord’s cricket ground in St John’s Wood inspired by the north London neighbourhood’s artistic and musical heritage.

Named after Russian-French painter Chaim Soutine, the site will take over a former Carluccio’s site on St. John’s Wood High Street, and will be similar in style to Colbert, the French-inspired cafe-brasserie in Sloane Square, and Viennese cafe Fischer’s in Marylebone, but with its own defined identity. The menu will largely be French.

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