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M Launches in London

M Restaurants London

This winter will see the arrival of a unique dining and drinking concept in the heart of London’s City. Situated on the iconic Threadneedle Street, home to the Bank of England, M Restaurants will be an innovative and versatile 15,000 square foot space. M will be the first solo project from Martin Williams, who left his role as Managing Director of Gaucho Restaurants earlier this year to establish his own restaurant group.

M will house two 100-cover restaurants, each offering a different style of cuisine and presided over by Executive Chef, Michael Reid and Head Chef Jarad McCarroll, formerly of Chiltern Firehouse, to create masterful menus for both dining concepts.

RAW will feature Tartare and Tiradito bar, and signature dishes will include: Scallops and Bacon made with Scallop Tartare, and Blackmore Wagyu Brisket and Wasabi Ramen. Breakfast will be served in RAW from 7am each morning and will feature breakfast classics alongside healthy ‘brain breakfasts’ and juice.

M GRILL will specialize in the finest steak cuts from around the world, with the meat served being of the highest grade in London. GRILL will offer a single cut from six selected countries ranging from £25 to £139 in price including Wagyu from both Japan and Australia alongside exotic meats such as crocodile and kangaroo.

The grill area will include a walk-in aging room where butchers will be available for each service, offering beef master classes and allowing guests the opportunity to order their preferred cut and size of steak from them directly.

M Restaurants is located at 2 & 3 Threadneedle Walk, London, EC2R 8HP. To book call 02033277770, or you can book online.

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