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The Exciting Opening of Redchurch Townhouse boutique hotel and restaurant! It is a public restaurant with bedrooms that belongs to the Soho House group portfolio.
“Just down the road from Shoreditch House, the hotel is set over a 1960s two-storey industrial building and an adjacent property that have been stitched together and repurposed by local firm 31/44 into a five-floor hub that also includes Allpress Espresso and J. Crew at street level”.
The public restaurant in question for this Townhouse, is the failsafe Soho House staple Cecconi’s – the second in the city. Here, the interiors are in keeping with the brand’s other outposts with a simple low-key colour palette, an art programme featuring local pieces from 40 artists, all under 40, and the signature black-and-white striped marble floor.
The menu is a more relaxed version of its Mayfair sister, with sharing pasta bowls, like the lobster spaghetti, and crisp wood-fired pizzas. And while the Cecconi’s favourite veal Milanese is not an option here, the tasty saddleback wood roasted porchetta was certainly a satisfying substitute.
The 37 sun-lit rooms take their cues from the style of the 1950s-70s with custom-made retro chandeliers, low-slung midcentury-style furnishings and graphic prints that are revealed through plump cushions and wool rugs and throws.