Kurobuta's Scott Hallsworth ends Ramusake partnership

By Emma Eversham contact

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Scott Hallsworth will focus on his other interests, including Kurobuta and Joe's Oriental Diner, following his departure from the Ramusake partnership. Photo: David Loftus.
Scott Hallsworth will focus on his other interests, including Kurobuta and Joe's Oriental Diner, following his departure from the Ramusake partnership. Photo: David Loftus.

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Kurobuta chef-owner Scott Hallsworth has pulled out of his partnership with South Kensington membership club Ramusake.

In a statement, The chef, who announced last year​ he would be collaborating with Whisky Mist owner Piers Adam to open the late-night venue in September, said he was 'parting ways' with the club with immediate effect 'to focus on other interests'.

The ex-Nobu head chef, who opened Pan Asian restaurant Joe's Oriental Diner​ earlier this year on the site of Kurobuta Chelsea, continues to run his Japanese Izakaya restaurants Kurobuta in Marylebone and Chelsea, which moved onto the Kings's Road in February.  

He also oversees Kurochan, a six-month pop-up restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental in Bodrum, Turkey and plans to expand his Kurobuta brand further with a site in Canary Wharf being explored. 

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