Ollie Dabbous makes application for site to house Barnyard concept

02 January 2014 by
Ollie Dabbous makes application for site to house Barnyard concept

Ollie Dabbous has made an application to open a second restaurant on London's Charlotte Street.

The chef, whose eponymous Fitzrovia restaurant Dabbous won its first Michelin star eight months after opening in 2012, made an application to Camden Council in October to open a site he plans to call Barnyard.

In the application Dabbous explained that the restaurant would be informal, serving wholesome comfort food.

The 31-year-old chef, who won the Newcomer of the Year at the Catey Awards, previously spent four years working with his mentor Raymond Blanc in the kitchens of Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons near Oxford before doing stints at Hibiscus and Mugaritz in Spain.

He then spent two years at Texture, run by fellow Le Manoir alumni Aggi Sverrisson and Xavier Rousset.

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