OPENING THIS SUMMER 2018
Opening this Summer, The new bar-restaurant Old Compton Brasserie will recapture the identity of ‘forgotten Soho’ through its industrial bohemian appearance, featuring bespoke artwork from local artists and found vintage items that will add a touch of warmth to the brasserie without losing the contemporary avant-garde concept.
What really sets Old Compton Brasserie apart from the modern dining scene, is the floating mezzanine that has been designed and created in the double-heightened space of the venue, which will give customers a remarkable dining experience. In addition, the distinctive horse-shoe bar is an intriguing arty twist to conventional designs.
Besides the eclectic design that takes inspiration from the heritage of the Soho area such as 1960’s Carnaby street, some of the design elements include an assorted mix of urban and pop paintings, stained glass, the use of tiles, and injections of colour to provide a quirky and fresh yet urban atmosphere that will have you transformed back in time to old Soho. The new brasserie will confidently apply splashes of colour amidst the use of raw materials, aged paintwork and industrial shades.