Quilon closed for major refurbishment, new bar area and private dining room

By Luke Nicholls

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Quilon's interior will be revamped and will re-open in March along with a new bar area and private dining room
Quilon's interior will be revamped and will re-open in March along with a new bar area and private dining room
Michelin-starred Indian restaurant Quilon in London’s Westminster has closed to undergo a major refurbishment and will re-open in March along with a new bar area and private dining room.

Quilon, which is owned by the Taj Group and was awarded its star in 2008, will feature an entirely new design including ‘jaali screens’ and a bespoke feature candle wall in a bid to offer diners a more unique experience.

“Having opened in 1999, the restaurant’s décor is very out-dated and I felt it really needed a contemporary new look,” said Quilon’s executive chef Sriram Aylur. “I’m looking forward to showing the beautiful new restaurant off in the spring!”

The new bar area will be open for pre-dinner and casual drinks, while the private dining room will cater for up to 16. The refurbishment will also tie in with the launch of a new restaurant website.

Quilon featured in the 2011 National Restaurant Awards​, placing 76th.

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