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Kaspar’s Seafood Bar and Grill, London Located in the heart of London with panoramic views of the River Thames and London landmarks, Kaspar’s Seafood Bar and Grill offers an informal yet luxurious dining experience, presented in an elegant twentiesstyle setting. The vibrant design evokes The Savoy’s rich and glamorous past, whilst creating a sought after but relaxed dining environment, where Kaspar, The Savoy’s most famous four legged feline will reside. Kaspar’s is an all-day dining affair, seven days a week restaurant serving a wide range of cuisine to satisfy all palates. A show stopping seafood bar takes centre stage, encouraging a dynamic and bustling atmosphere, seamlessly moving from a patisserie breakfast bar to lunch and dinner with a beautiful display of shellfish, cured and smoked fish to whet the appetite. The naming of Kaspar’s Seafood Bar and Grill lay at the heart of this concept. A cherished guest at The Savoy for almost a century, the name perfectly

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combines the glorious heritage of The Savoy with the modern and informal look that Kaspar’s Seafood Bar and Grill captures. The art deco inspired restaurant was designed by Robert Angell Design Studio using a twenties and thirties template, keeping with The Savoy’s history. The timeless, stylish and comfortable interior helps to create a lively ambience and compliments the informal menu. With stunning views across the River Thames, the fish bar will adds element of theatre to the room with its oyster shell bar, two Murano glass columns and bespoke pendant light feature. Brass railings, art deco mirrors and a silver leafed ceiling will add elegance and light, and the marble bar flooring is encircled by a teal swirl carpet, the latter representing the ebb and flow of the River Thames. www.kaspars.co.uk

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Durrah issue 29  

Luxury lifestyle quarterly publication for the Middle Eastern market

Durrah issue 29  

Luxury lifestyle quarterly publication for the Middle Eastern market