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Wright & Bell Limited

Wright & Bell Limited, inspired by Orville & Wilbur Wright and Alexander Graham Bell, brings a new collection of inspirational bars and restaurants to London’s City and West End.  The first site in South Place London, Kitty Hawk, offers a sophisticated mix of bar, restaurant, casual dining and café culture, with an added ‘touch’ of retail.

Catering for over 400 covers Kitty Hawk has two bars, an all-day dining counter, steak and seafood restaurant, separate coffee and patisserie bar and a private 12-cover dining room.

The Company has hired a new executive chef, Richard Falk.  Richard brings a wealth of experience, starting his career working for Gordon Ramsay before moving to the two Michelin-starred The Ledbury and finally The Dairy in Clapham. Richard helped drive The Dairy to become the 13th best restaurant in the UK at the National Restaurant Awards 2016 and was awarded Chef of the Year 2016 by the Young British Foodies.

Whyte & Brown at Kingly Court is an extremely popular and vibrant destination in central London, sandwiched between Carnaby Street and Regent Street. The 132-cover, the two-storey restaurant was originally launched in 2013 and has a clear focus on quality food at the heart of one of London’s most dynamic tourist spots.

Lino is housed in a converted Linoleum factory clad in its original brown glazed tiles just off Little Britain and a stone’s throw from St Barts. Taking a new approach to drinking and dining in the city they re-use, re-love and re-imagine – from salvaged light fittings to our sustainably sourced materials, we give overlooked pieces a chance to shine. On-site they bake, ferment, pickle and cure, mixing old classics and shaking up new combinations. With seasonal shrubs, herbs, fruits and veg – and an inspired new take on old.

Wright & Bell is backed by the Imbiba Partnership and during the next four years are looking to open further sites in key London locations.

11, 13 and 14 South Place | London | EC2