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Former J Sheekey Bar Manager To Open British Tapas Restaurant In Fulham


Black Bream

Last updated . By Olivia Cheves.

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What they say:

Located on the site of former New King's Road restaurant Wimsey's, Black Bream is a tapas restaurant with a very British twist, serving up creative and seasonal small plates, alongside larger sharing dishes. With a fantastic bar menu to boot, and a team with experience at some of London's top eating and drinking destinations, including J Sheekey, The Ivy, Le Capric and Milk & Honey, this new addition to the Fulham dining scene is more than likely to challenge any Michelin-star gastropub.

What we say:

Former Caprice Holdings bar manager, Leon Costa, is launching his own seafood venture Black Bream. Costa, who previously worked for Covent Garden fish restaurant J Sheekey, is blazing his own trail with this new eatery that will specialise in contemporary British tapas. With an eclectic array of dishes on offer, such as the foie gras and leek risotto with cacao and balsamic reduction, or the Keralan coastal fish curry, it's an exciting prospect for any Fulham foodies.