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Carbone expands from the Middle East to London

The New York restaurant can be found in Doha and Riyadh.

Diners in London are about to get stars in their eyes – we’re talking MICHELIN Stars. New York’s fine dining Italian restaurant Carbone has already conquered Doha and Riyadh, and is now coming to the capital. The restaurant will be located in The Chancery Rosewood, which is scheduled to open in 2025.  

The OG is located in Greenwich Village, and has attracted A-list diners including Adele, Barack Obama, Jennifer Lopez, the Kardashians and Travis Scott. The concept was created by Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick. Famous for its grand dining experience, the restaurant brings together shimmering chandeliers, white tablecloths and fine dining food. The menu pays homage to Italian American restaurants, which opened in the mid-20th century in New York. In 2014, it was awarded a MICHELIN Star. 

Carbone London

The New York menu spans antipasti, zuppa e insalte, macaroni, pesci, carni and contorni. If the New York signature dishes are anything to go by, we’re hoping Carbone London serves Chicken Scarpariello, Linguini Vongole, Seafood Salad, Spicy Rigatoni and Veal Parmesan. 

The Chancery Rosewood will also be home to Richard Caring’s La Caprice and Jeremy King’s The Park. Located in Mayfair, the hotel has been created in partnership with Qatari Diar. The hotel will be housed in an iconic building: the former United States Embassy on Grosvenor Square. The Grade II listed building will include 146 rooms and suites. The creation is being brought to life by architect Sir David Chipperfield from David Chipperfield, and the rooms are being designed by Joseph Dirand.  

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