Adam Handling Chelsea to close

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Adam Handling Chelsea restaurant to close

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Adam Handling will close his fine dining restaurant at Chelsea’s Cadogan Hotel in October after reaching a ‘mutual agreement’ with the Belmond-owned property.

Adam Handling Chelsea launched in early 2017​ and is set to close in October as the chef’s consultancy deal to oversee the entirety of the top-end Sloane Street hotel’s F&B offer comes to an end. 

Handling - who recently launched a pub in Windsor and will soon bring his sustainable Ugly Butterfly restaurant to Cornwall - said the closure will allow him to focus on his Covent Garden flagship Frog by Adam Handling. 

The Cadogan will be relaunching ‘a new dining experience’ later this year.

“Working with the Cadogan Estate and Belmond for the past three years has been a great experience and we wish the team every success with the new operation when it opens later this year,” says Handling. 

“We would like to thank Adam Handling for his work in establishing the restaurant and the food and beverage concept within The Cadogan hotel,” says The Cadogan general manager Xavier Lablaude. 

“Since opening in March 2019 his hard work and creative flair has helped to establish The Cadogan as a premier destination within the heart of Chelsea. We plan to build on the excellent work of Adam to offer visitors and locals alike a signature Belmond welcome, combining understated elegance with local charm. We wish him all the best with his new projects.”

Adam Handling Chelsea will continue to operate as normal until 14 October this year.

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