MARC Restaurants' Cassis Bistro closes

13 May 2014 by
MARC Restaurants' Cassis Bistro closes

Marlon Abela's MARC Restaurants has closed Cassis Bistro in London's Kensington.

It is not yet known what will become of the site following decision to shut the doors of the Provençale-themed bistro, although a new concept is thought to be opening there soon.

The 90-seat Cassis opened, at 232-236 Brompton Road, opened in 2011 under head chef David Escobar who previously worked at the three-Michelin-starred Lameloise restaurant in Chagny in France, serving a selection of French dishes.

Its closure means that the MARC restaurants currently in operation in London are the two-Michelin-starred Greenhouse, Umu, and Morton's private members' club in London, along with five restaurants in the USA.

No-one from MARC Restaurants was available to comment.

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