Trishna founder to open Copenhagen restaurant on former D&D site

By Stefan Chomka

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Karam Sethi is set to open a restaurant in Copenhagen with Noma shareholder Claus Meyer in charge of overseeing it
Karam Sethi is set to open a restaurant in Copenhagen with Noma shareholder Claus Meyer in charge of overseeing it
Karam Sethi, the founder and chef-patron of Michelin-starred Trishna in London’s Marylebone, is to open an Indian restaurant in Copenhagen.

Sethi, who is also a main backer of Bubbledogs​ in Fitzrovia, will open Indian restaurant Veranda in the former D&D building Custom House. The site will also house two Nordic restaurants, one fine dining and one more casual, which will be overseen by Claus Meyer, a shareholder in Noma restaurant, as well as a jazz bar.

Veranda will be open for dinner only and will serve two tasting menus that will change on a weekly basis. Chefs from Trishna and Sethi’s forthcoming London opening Gymkhana​ will work in Copenhagen on a monthly basis with dish development and tastings being conducted in London. The restaurant is set to open in mid October or November

Gymkhana, meanwhile, will be a modern Indian restaurant inspired by the Gymkhana Club in Delhi that Sethi visited regularly as a child. The restaurant was set to open this summer, but will now open at 42 Albermarle Street in Mayfair in September.

Sethi had been in negotiations to acquire the site since December 2011.

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