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Black and Blue reopens King’s Road site following refurbishment

By Peter Ruddick , 06-Mar-2012

The King's Road Black and Blue restaurant has reopened after an interior refurbishment

The King's Road Black and Blue restaurant has reopened after an interior refurbishment

Independently-owned steak and burger restaurant chain Black and Blue has reopened its site on Kings’ Road in Chelsea, London after an interior refurbishment that marks a year since the purchase of the restaurant by the company.

The 65-cover restaurant is the seventh and newest location for the group and, following the refurbishment, an introduction of a ‘light bite’ menu is expected next month for drinkers at the new marble bar.

Nick Hill, joint owner of Black and Blue, said: “King’s Road Black and Blue looks absolutely brilliant following the refurbishment.  The gorgeous booths and new bar are the perfect setting for a bite to eat and drink.  We look forward to welcoming back our loyal customers as well as a new crowd who know and love Black and Blue."

The King’s Road branch was the first for the chain to serve a lighter lunch menu alternative and the first to cater for breakfasts. The restaurant group also operates venues on the Southbank and at Notting Hill Gate.

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