A spin-off version of The Wolseley is set to launch in Bicester

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A spin-off version of The Wolseley is set to launch in Bicester

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Corbin & King is to launch a spin-off version of its Piccadilly institution The Wolseley at Bicester Village.

Launching at the end of the month, Café Wolseley will be the first restaurant outside of London for the restaurant group.

It will serve an all-day menu of the Wolseley’s signature modern European dishes alongside some new additions such as tarte flambee; seasonal salads; and a selection of takeaway items.

Interiors, designed by Shayne Brady of BradyWilliams, will mirror the European grandeur of the flagship restaurant, featuring a black and white chevron floor; hand-painted murals; and a vaulted ceiling.

A shop section will sell candles; glassware; silver; chocolates; and baked goods

“For many years we have wanted to extend the reach of The Wolseley, but it’s only now that we have found an opportunity to achieve that. As Value Retail continues to build its vision for Bicester Village, we are delighted to be part of its plans,” says Jeremy King, CEO of Corbin & King.

Chris Corbin and Jeremy King now operate a portfolio of restaurants that includes The Delauney in Aldwych, Brasserie Zedel in Soho, Fischer's in Marylebone and Bellanger in Islington.

The partners sold a majority stake in the business to Thai hotelier Minor Hotels for £58m in December last year.

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