The Ivy Asia, Chelsea, on London’s King’s Road will be officially opening on the 30th of July with reservations going live from Wednesday, 30th June. To celebrate, the restaurant and bar enlisted the help of some highly talented ribbon dancers who performed a special routine at dusk under the bright lights of Albert bridge.
Open seven days a week, The Ivy Asia, Chelsea will offer everything from lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Upon arrival, diners eyes will be in for an absolute treat. On display will be striking artworks, luxurious Asian fabrics, antiques, colourful wallpapers and of course, the synonymous green onyx flooring.
The kitchen will be overseen by Head Chef Paolo Bianchi, Chef Simon Gregory and Sushi Chef Shie Noh. The dishes at The Ivy Asia, Chelsea have been inspired by numerous styles and flavours from across the Asian continent and in addition, popular dishes from its sister restaurant, The Ivy Asia, St Paul’s will also be on the menu.
In addition to enjoying the fine food and beautiful decor in the main restaurant and bar, visitors will also be given the opportunity to try a traditional sushi bar that seats four guests, as well as enjoying a majestic tree designed by Tony Marklew.
Highlights on the menu include a Roasted Half Aromatic Crispy Duck, Salmon Sashimi with spiced yuzu and avocado salsa and Hunan-Spiced Pork Ribs with sesame and coriander.
Also available will be platters, including the Ming Dynasty, adorned with a fresh selection of sashimi, tuna nigiri, and oscietra caviar, wagyu beef tempura with enoki mushroom, and gold and black truffle sauce, and The Bonzai, accompanied by assorted vegetable and shiso tempura, steamed Yasai dumplings with spiced avocado, cucumber Takuan avocado with asparagus maki roll, and truffled teriyaki with shitake and Eryngii mushrooms.
Accompanying the menu will be a delicious selection of cocktails intended to transport and excite guests, all created by Bar Manager Arsid Kapllanaj and his team.
As well as The Ivy Asia’s signature cocktails, Arsid has created a list of Elemental Cocktails, each symbolising one of the elements. These include Siu, representing water, made with Fen Chiew Chinese baijiu, Monkey 47 gin, Briottet Blue Curacao, sugar syrup, and Fever-Tree lime and yuzu soda; and Kaze, representing wind and made with Kakuzo Bitter Cherry, Mancino Cherry Blossom Vermouth and Roku Gin.
In addition to the very special cocktails listed above, sakes, wines, Champagnes, and Jing speciality Asian teas will also be available.
The Ivy Asia, Chelsea officially opens its doors to customers on the 30th July 2021 and can cater for up to 80 people. To make a reservation, visit www.theivyasiachelsea.com.
Address: 201-203 King’s Road, London, SW3 5ED.
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