After founding some of London's most renowned Asian eateries, Wagamama and Hakkasan head honcho Alan Yau is turning his attention a little further west. Teaming up with mozzarella maestros Obicà, the restaurateur is looking to bring together signature comfort food classics from both countries to create a very new type of eatery.
Opening up in the former Obicà Kensington, Mozzasando is an edible portmanteau inspired by the traditional Italian Milanese - both veal and chicken - and the hugely popular Japanese katsu sando, currently seeing a mammoth boom across the city. Priced at around £7.50, these delicious sandwiches will be available to eat in or takeaway, alongside some suitably moreish sides, including chilli fries loaded with beef ragu and Nduja sauce. And as for the drinks? Diners will be able to get their sip on with some classic Italian cocktails, such as negronis and other apertivos.