Richard Caring is reportedly in talks over a possible acquisition of Corbin & King after the London-based restaurant group was placed into administration by its majority shareholder, Minor International.
Corbin & King co-founder Jeremy King has described his business as being “under siege” from majority stakeholder Minor International and insists that the restaurant business is in “rude health and as profitable as ever”.
Corbin & King co-founder and CEO Jeremy King has vowed to buy back the group that bears his and business partner Chris Corbin's name after it was placed into administration last night (25 January) by major shareholder Minor Hotels.
London’s Charlotte Street was hit hard by the Coronavirus pandemic with many restaurants closing. Yet rather than sound the death knell for its independent scene, it has provided a new lease of life for the area, argues Shaftesbury’s Julia Wilkinson.