Wood-fired concept to debut in Kingly Court

A new wood-fired hospitality concept has settled on Soho's Kingly Court to accommodate the launch its debut restaurant. 

Focused on a gourmet cooking experience, Goldies comes from the team behind local bistro Blanchette, with Kingly Court creating a growth opportunity for the restaurateurs in a prime West End location.

Announced by Shaftesbury Capital, Goldies is set to join the F&B hub this summer, opening a 1,100 sq ft space on its ground floor. The new concept will offer small and large plates, centred on dramatic and smoky flavours created through wood-fired cooking, leading with variations of the iconic French 'frites'.

Kingly Court

Kingly Court, a three-storey al fresco destination that hosts independent F&B concepts, Kingly Court is a key part of the Soho community. Goldies will join the likes of Darjeeling Express, Donia and Liu Xiaomian, bringing a distinctly Western European flavour to Kingly Court.

Maxine and Yannis Alary, co-founders of Goldies, say of the upcoming opening: "The West End is one of the most recognised locations in the world, one we have learned a huge amount about since starting our journey here a decade ago.

"Shaftesbury Capital's Kingly Court has seen the success of so many independent concepts since its inception, and we are determined to be part of its story. We will deliver a carefully curated, high-quality and fresh experience to the destination – one that we know will be appreciated by the widespread variety of visitors. Goldies at Kingly Court will set itself as the place to be, and we look forward to our future in this iconic location."

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