Blanchette founders to launch second Soho restaurant

By James McAllister

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Blanchette founders Maxime and Yannis Alary to launch Kingly Court restaurant

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Maxime and Yannis Alary, the brothers behind French bistro Blanchette, are to launch a wood fire restaurant in Kingly Court this summer.

Goldies will take over a 1,100sq ft site on the ground floor of the Soho dining destination and serve a menu of small and large sharing plates centred on ‘dramatic and smoky flavours’.

The menu will have a focus on sourcing ‘nutritious, sustainable and local produce’, with the menu expected to include variations on iconic French dishes.

The Alary brothers launched Blanchette in Soho back in 2013, and launched a second site on Brick Lane in 2016 that has subsequently closed

Hailing from Normandy, the pair have long harboured an ambition to open further restaurants in London​.

“The West End is one of the most recognised locations in the world, one we have learned a huge amount about since starting our journey here a decade ago,” they say.

“Shaftesbury Capital’s Kingly Court has seen the success of so many independent concepts since its inception, and we are determined to be part of its story. We will deliver a carefully curated, high-quality, and fresh experience to the destination, one that we know will be appreciated by a wide-spread variety of visitors.

“Goldies at Kingly Court will set itself as the place to be, and we look forward to our future in this iconic location.”

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