Watercolour depiction of new Soutine restaurant in St John's Wood.
Jane Imrie

St John’s Wood says bonjour to Parisian style bistro

A new Parisian eaterie is set to launch in the centre of London’s St John’s Wood at the end of this month.

Asset management firm Trophaeum has announced that Soutine, a Parisian-style establishment, will open at 60 St John’s Wood High Street, which is already home to a range of fashion brands and independent businesses.

The design of the new eaterie is heavily influenced by the area’s strong artistic heritage, drawing inspiration from the local Anglo-French art centre originally opened by returnees from the Parisian art community.

Based in a period building, the restaurant will comprise 35,000 sq ft of outdoor and indoor cafe and bar seating, as well as a more formal space for events and dining at the rear of the space.

With Soutine as its latest addition, asset management firm Trophaeum aims to enhance the area’s existing aesthetic while welcoming more new luxury, lifestyle, retail, fitness and food businesses to St John’s Wood.

Speaking about the Matt Farrell, managing director at Trophaeum added: “In just the past two years, Trophaeum have introduced no less than 8 new premium and accessible fashion and lifestyle brands, and is now looking forward to welcoming Soutine.

“Trophaeum are dedicated to creating a destination that plays a vital part in the lives of the community and consumers, while offering a shopping experience unlike any other in North West London.”

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