A labyrinth of velour, wood, and marble set the scene for 2 bars, intimate corners, and rooms to be discovered– a home-away-from-home. Japan is so rich in culture and food. We feel the Izakaya has so numerous parallels with the English pub. The Aubrey is our interpretation.
Art is a crucial element of the design and pays regard to the ageless beauty and expression of the Japonisme motion, and in particular, the 19th century British artist and illustrator, Aubrey Beardsley, whose name influenced the location.
The total principle for the noise of The Aubrey is that of a listening bar– a Tokyo Izakaya that takes inspiration from the diverse music style of David Mancusos loft celebrations, that came to prominence in the 70s and 80s. Underplayed gems from the past of styles like funk and disco, sit beside more modern playlists.
Japan is so rich in culture and food. We feel the Izakaya has so many parallels with the English pub. The Aubrey is our interpretation.
Torsten van Dullemen, General Manager and Area Vice President, Operations at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London adds, “We are thrilled to be further boosting our range of cooking offerings at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, by partnering with Maximal Concepts to present The Aubrey to London, which we make certain will become one of the citys most imaginative and innovative hospitality destinations. My associates and I are devoted to providing custom culinary delights and service excellence, and quite appearance forward to inviting our fans to this newest addition to the Knightsbridge neighbourhood.”.
The Aubrey London is the UK launching from Maximal Concepts: The Hong Kong group headed by Malcolm Wood, Xuan Mu and Matt Reid. The group has actually been accountable for opening acclaimed restaurants including the prominent Mott 32, John Anthony, Sip Song, Limewood, the initial Aubrey at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, and much more.
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park London, partners with Maximal Concepts to introduce the Aubrey London: An eccentric Izakaya in Knightsbridge, opening Friday 28th January.
The Aubrey London, a amazing new drinking and dining area opens this week in Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park. The Aubrey, which changes Bar Boulud, is referred to as an eccentric Izakaya with 2 distinct bar experiences and accompanying Japanese cuisine. It is the first UK venture of Maximal Concepts, a multi acclaimed international restaurant group with its roots in Hong Kong, who have partnered with Mandarin Oriental in both Hong Kong and London.
A labyrinth of wood, marble, and velour set the scene for 2 bars, intimate corners, and spaces to be discovered– a home-away-from-home.