Mediterranean and Israeli fusion concept set to open in Notting Hill
A Mediterranean restaurant taking influences from Tel Aviv is set to open its doors in West London this autumn.
HAYA all-day eatery will launch in Notting Hill in September, serving cuisine inspired by founder Victoria Paltina’s visits to the Israeli city.
Designed by Alessio Nardi of A-nrd, the restaurant will be split across two floors and feature floor-to-ceiling timber sash windows, foak wood flooring, textured concrete walls and a plant-covered green ceiling.
HAYA founder Victoria Paltina commented: “HAYA means a lot to me - this is my middle name and is translated as ‘life’ in Hebrew.
“The word encompasses everything that I envision the restaurant to be: lively, social and familiar.
“Having family spread all around the world allowed me to live and grow up between cities including Moscow, New York, London and Tel Aviv, so HAYA takes inspiration from all of them and represents the best of each.”
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