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Old-school glamour meets contemporary London with the opening of 45 Jermyn St., a new destination restaurant in the heart of St. James’s.The exquisite dining room and bar brings back the golden age of glamour and service for a contemporary London.
This London restaurant was recently reworked by the renowned London firm Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, who have reinstated the staid interiors to its glamorous heyday.
Making the most of the room’s decorative Edwardian features, the entrance’s custom-made revolving door leads to an intimate open-plan room furnished with plush rosewood tables, parquet flooring, cosy booths and a dramatic marble bar. It is however, the bold burnt orange colour – perfectly matching the Fortnum & Mason turquoise blue – that commands passers-by to take a second look.
Along with the modern interiors, chef Lee Streton creates great and delicious menus.
Check out 45 Jermyn St. Restaurant interiors created by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio and get inspired!
The orange sofas mixed with the green finishes of the walls, make the interiors of place very attractive. Hope you got inspired!