El Ta’Koy takes inspiration from the tiki bars of Hawaii with a menu spanning Asia to Latin America.
Jane Imrie

Tiki-inspired eatery to bring taste of Hawaii to Covent Garden

A new tiki-inspired restaurant concept is set to open its doors in Covent Garden later this month.

Cuban-born chef Luis Pous will launch the first UK opening of restaurant and bar El Ta’Koy at 3 Henrietta Street.

Situated in a five-storey townhouse, El Ta’Koy takes inspiration from the tiki bars of Hawaii with a menu spanning Asia to Latin America.

The firm’s UK launch follows the opening of venues in Miami and The Dominick Hotel in New York.

Chef Luis commented: “I have always wanted to open here in London, and to bring a true sense of Cuban flair and the vibrant Hawaiian-inspired tiki flavours to the city.

“3 Henrietta Street feels like the perfect home for El Ta’Koy, and to be opening alongside two other great chefs is incredibly exciting.

“The restaurant and bar is all about fun and escaping from the day to day stress of everyday life – this is the basis of the menu at El Ta’Koy and we look forward to welcoming Londoners to experience it!”

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