Alberto Landgraf’s Bossa closes quietly

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Alberto Landgraf’s Bossa restaurant in London Marylebone has quietly closed

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Bossa, Brazilian chef Alberto Landgraf’s debut London restaurant, has closed its doors after less than a year of trading.

The Marylebone restaurant, which launched in May last year​, is believed to have shut in January.

Bossa’s Instagram page has been removed and it is no longer possible to make a reservation via the restaurant’s website.

However, on Google the restaurant is only listed as ‘temporarily closed’.

Restaurant ​understands that the restaurant’s owners may be preparing to relaunch the site under a new name and concept that’s potentially linked to Moroto, the underground lounge and bar located beneath Bossa, which continues to operate.

When it launched, Bossa was billed as a being a ‘culmination’ of Landgraf’s 20+ years of experience in restaurants.

The chef cut his teeth in London working for the likes of Gordon Ramsay and Tom Aikens, and currently operates the two Michelin-starred Oteque in Rio de Janeiro.

Bossa’s menu was described as a ‘vivid and contemporary’ exploration of Brazilian cuisine and featured dishes including skewered duck hearts with farofa; and roasted scallops with leeks, toasted buckwheat and tucupi sauce.

The 60-cover dining room featured an open-plan kitchen with dining counter alongside banquette and bar seating, a bar woodwork, and large windows for natural light.

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