Former nightclub owners to open new Soho restaurant

26 February 2014 by
Former nightclub owners to open new Soho restaurant

Siblings and former nightclub operators Layo and Zoe Paskin are to open a new restaurant in April in London's Soho.

The Palomar will open at 34 Rupert Street on the site of what was the Spice Bazaar.

The Paskin siblings previously ran The End and AKA nightclubs, both in London.

They have teamed up with Yossi Elad, Uri Navon and Asaf Granit, chefs who created Jerusalem's Machneyuda restaurant.

The Palomar's kitchen will be headed by Tomer Amedi and specialise in food from Jerusalem, influenced by Southern Spanish, Italian and North African cuisine.

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