The Barbary opens at Seven Dials
The Barbary, the second restaurant from the founders of The Palomar in Soho, has opened its doors in Londons Seven Dials.
Situated at 16 Neal’s Yard, the 1,276 square foot 24 cover restaurant takes inspiration from the Barbary Coast with dishes influenced by dishes from Moorish Spain, the tip of Morocco and along the coast to Jerusalem.
Layo Paskin, co-owner of The Barbary, said: “It is a wonderful feeling to open at Neal’s Yard. It is such a popular location and it has been exciting to welcome people to the restaurant for the first time. We have already had positive feedback and plenty of visitors and look forward to creating an another established name here in Seven Dials.”
The Barbary interiors were created by Gundry & Ducker and feature an open plan kitchen. Starting with breads and dips, the menu then moves to a grill section split into ‘Land’, ‘Sea’ and ‘Earth’.
Julia Wilkinson, portfolio & group restaurant strategy executive at Shaftesbury, said: “Neal’s Yard has welcomed a raft of strong operators over the past 18 months, including SaladPride, Native and 26 Grains. The Barbary adds another excellent eatery and bolsters Seven Dials’ reputation for dining. Shaftesbury’s strategic management of the area, focused on delivering unique concepts and brands, makes it a very exciting proposition at the heart of London’s West End.”
The news follows the recent launch of the new leisure and fitness concept, Another_Space, which opened on Tower Street in May.
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