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Lebanese and Syrian restaurant concept opens at Imperial Wharf

By Rachel Johnson , 07-Dec-2010

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Lebanese and Syrian restaurant Yamal Alsham has launched at Imperial Wharf, the fourth eatery to open at the Chelsea site.

Yamal Alsham is the fourth commercial operator to open at Imperial Wharf

Yamal Alsham is the fourth commercial operator to open at Imperial Wharf

The 130-cover restaurant and delicatessen is occupying a 296 square metre unit, and describes its offer as "combining the sophistication and subtleties of European cuisine with the exotic ingredients of the Middle and Far East".

Elie Alshbith, Yamal Alsham's proprietor, said: "We are extremely excited to launch our new restaurant and look forward to welcoming all of our customers. We believe Imperial Wharf offers the perfect environment that is in-line with our brand, allowing us to offer a sophisticated and elegant dining experience."

Yamal Alsham is the latest operator to open at Imperial Wharf, joining sushi outlet Me Love Sushi, which launched in October , as well as Saran Rom and Young's Bar & Restaurant.

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