This part of London was recently rebranded Connaught Village though has long been one of London’s characteristic multi-cultural centres. Two buildings, one in the C20th Greek style and its co-joined listed Regency neighbour are to be restored to make a high quality Middle Eastern restaurant.
Over the years, staircases, plaster, doors and windows had been lost. For two years it has been closed. With our enthusiasm for building restaurants and repairing Georgian buildings we now have consent to progress begin the building process. A great deal of studious research has uncovered the history and detail so as to conserve what of the original remains and restore the detail. The restaurant will provide an overlay of modernity and, once again, enliven this corner of the street.