Four Degree, London, Launch with Smart Hospitality Supplies

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The best things come to those who wait. The brand new Japanese/ French fusion restaurant, Four Degree, has been three years in waiting and is set to open in London this month.

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After the successful running of restaurants in Beijing and Hong Kong, Four Degree is set to explode into the London scene. After setting up on the prosperous Vauxhall river bed, the new restaurant is set to launch on 17th November. Guests arriving on Friday will be the first to be greeted with stunning river views, an art gallery, a whisky lounge and a seafood bar. There are already rumours that the former London Mayor, Boris Johnson, will be joining for the opening ceremony!

Boasting a 90 cover terrace overlooking the River Thames, as well as indoor river view seating and offering an art gallery within one of London's artistic hot spots, securing a site on St George Wharf is a testament to the meticulous planning and quality that has gone into giving Four Degree the recipe to become a landmark. This brand new restaurant appears to be looking to add value to the local community in a bold and beautiful way.

The interior design has been built from the ground up to create a luxurious and bespoke setting for guests. With a state-of-the-art entertainment system in place in their private function rooms, it is clear that no expense has been spared. It becomes abundantly clear that making the best impression with every detail is exactly what this restaurant is trying to do, and to survive in London, it is what they must do. Having worked with Smart Hospitality Supplies to create their restaurant menu covers they have proved that every feature has been considered when looking at the dining experience and the table top style.

The choice of slick black Shelly Leather and Saddle Hide Leathers, mixed with stunning rose gold artwork adorns the menu covers and matching accessories within the restaurant. This set the groundwork for ensuring the table top products exude the same quality expected from the daring food by head chef, Mr. Kyoichi Kai. The contrast between the grained Shelly leather and the smooth and flexible Saddle Hide adds a subtle element of texture, evoking excitement in all the senses. This balance works in perfectly with all aspects of the interior design of the contemporary restaurant with classic style.

The taste for classics continues with the 4 Degree Whisky Bar already showing off its huge selection of the highest calibre rare and vintage whiskies. Including the Macallan 1824 Series 'M' Luxury Collection and the 52-year-old Macallan 1946. They promise the perfect accompaniments to what they are calling the stars of the show - sushi and seafood. Infusing Japanese and French food is an audacious move which will surely tantalise the curiosity of all Londoners looking to try something a bit different.

Having cracked Hong Kong and Beijing, the new venture is fearless in its next steps. The umbrella company, Oyster Talks, derived the name "Four Degree" from the optimum temperature that Oysters thrive in. Will London provide the right conditions this time? We really hope so and wish them the very best of luck.

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