Having successfully launched Noma Mexico, acclaimed Chef Santiago Lastra will open his long-overdue debut solo restaurant in London this October, Kol, a venue originally planned to open in May. Taking pride of place at 9 Seymour Street in Marylebone on Tuesday 20 October, Kol is set to boast a Mexican set menu built from British ingredients, something which has become commonplace amongst leading London restaurants looking to insulate themselves against the pandemic's impact on dining.
Diners will have a choice of five courses at £55 and seven at £70 from a menu Lastra describes as being about "Mexican soul, British ingredients." The true Mexicana style is reinforced with the restaurants own Mezcal Bar serving up some of Mexico's mezcal favourites. It's also not Lastra's first time at the helm of a restaurant in Marylebone, having featured as one of the revolving chefs at the popular Carousel restaurant, as well as hosting pop-up dinners further south in the capital in Borough Market last October and November before the pandemic began.
Discover more about the exciting new venue over on their website here.