Wilton’s is one of London’s oldest and most iconic restaurants, having opened in Haymarket over 275 years ago. 70 years after opening Franco’s on Jeremy Street, down the road from their other permanent site in Mayfair, they have announced a new venture.
Locket’s will be a Smithson Plaza spot in a Grade II listed building, and comfortably house 60 guests, with an outdoor heated terrace on the plaza allowing space for another 32. The all-day cafe promises breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea with a daily menu of sustainable produce to create seasonal dishes.
By night, Locket’s will become a wine bar serving a selection of tapas-inspired small plates, however little has been revealed about what the menu will include.