On the 25th May 2021 – Nomad London opened its doors at Bow Street Magistrates Court in London.
The historic grade II landmark building underwent a major transformation to turn the famous former courthouse and police station into a fabulous luxury hotel.
Back in July of 2020 Director of Food and Beverage for Nomad London – Chris Perone visited the factory and showroom to discuss the vision they had for the up and coming new site. The ability to “shop” for pieces and discuss other additional pieces was invaluable. Unique requirements for the glaze were discussed and samples submitted, which were then sent off to the New York head office for final approval.
Finally approved the pottery set into motion producing the tableware for both the Atrium and Side Hustle restaurants as well as the tea service to be used in the Library, including a bespoke teapot.
Both restaurants chose items to be glazed on the inside with the outside of each piece left in its natural unglazed state. The intimate dining Atrium went for a classic white, with the library following suit; whilst the the Mexican influenced Side Hustle mixed it up with some bold colours.
The Atrium itself is a stunning transformation of the old court room to create a truly unique dining experience, encompassing much of the historic features of the old court room.
Being near Covent Garden and the Royal Opera House why not treat yourself to a truly unique dining experience and enjoy the culinary delights of executive chef Ashley Abodeely.
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