Acclaimed Michelin starred chef Anthony Demetre is launching AD12 atT42, a 12 week pop up restaurant in Old Broad Street, London, on the 1st October. The food will reflect Demetre’s signature style at his current London restaurants: Arbutus, Wild Honey and Les Deux Salons. The accessible modern bistro, located in the high rise building Tower 42, will soon be sharing its home with International restaurateur and chef Jason Atherton who has plans to open a new restaurant in Tower 42 too. With a series of highly regarded restaurants in Singapore, Shanghai and Hong Kong also under his belt, Atherton has established himself as one of the world’s most accomplished chefs.
Andy Harris, Managing Director of Restaurant Associates, with whom Anthony Demetre is collaborating with, had this to say about their new partnership: “A combination of a fantastic culinary experience and spectacular views of the iconic London skyline at AD12 atT42 are set to delight diners this autumn, marking an exciting time not just for us, but for London’s thriving culinary scene.”
Working alongside Anthony Demetre at AD12 atT42 will be head chef Patrick Powell who has worked in a number of esteemed restaurants in Ireland and Australia. Powell began working with Demetre two years ago at Wild Honey. The contemporary menu will convey a less formal dining experience for Tower 42 guests, appealing to a broad range of foodies from London and beyond. The daily changing bistro menu will feature innovative and interesting dishes created from seasonal and high quality ingredients.