The Botanist Sloane Square to relaunch with new chef

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The Botanist Sloane Square to relaunch with new chef

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The Botanist on London’s Sloane Square is to relaunch with a new chef in October after 10 years of trading.

The Chelsea bar and restaurant, which is owned by ETM Group, closed last month for a 10-week refurbishment.

It will reopen with a new all-day brasserie-style menu and former 34 Mayfair and The Savoy chef Ameya Bhalekar at the helm.

Russell Sage Studio, the designers behind The Zetter Townhouse and Jason Atherton’s Social Eating House, are revamping the dining room to include a 45-cover bar and an ‘expansive’ brass overhead display.

“The Botanist was one of our first ETM venues and is a much-loved piece of the Sloane Square landscape,” says ETM Group co-founder Tom Martin.

“As we enter our 10th year of trading, we feel it is a great time to revitalise one of our most successful venues, ensuring it continues to thrive by providing our loyal customers with a current and engaging offer.”

ETM was founded by Martin and his brother Ed in 2000 and now operates more than 10 pubs, bars and restaurants across the capital including the rooftop Aviary and One Canada Square in Canary Wharf.

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