The highly anticipated Soutine is now officially open for business and bringing Parisian fine dining to the St Johns Wood High Street.
The opening of Soutine follows the success of other Corbin and King restaurants such as Colbert, The Wolseley and Zadel, just to name a few. The informal neighbourhood rendez-vous takes inspiration from the great boulevard cafés of Paris. Located in an impressive period building, the front room and pavement offers relaxed café and bar seating, leading to a more sophisticated space at the rear of the restaurant.
The interior, designed by Brady Williams, has been specifically designed to complement the history and heritage of St John’s Wood and the surrounding area. Influenced by the strong artistic community of the area, the St John’s Wood Art School between 1847 and 1911, this has been a guiding factor in aesthetic and overall development of the space.
Be sure to look our for the opulent stained-glass skylight and bespoke commissioned hand painted mural wrapping the staircase to the bathrooms, echoing the spirit of the neighbourhood in the early 1900s. Artwork plays a key role in not only defining the aesthetic but also in celebrating the art and cricket synonymous with the area.
The restaurant are now open for lunch and dinner, with their brunch menu being introduced this weekend from 11.30am – 5pm. Please note that their breakfast service will follow from the 20th May.
Should you like to make a reservation, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 3926 8448.