With our restaurant clients re-opening their doors, it’s been a busy time for the Me:Mo press team, with lots of PR opportunities for clients.

Our favourite rotisserie, Cocotte has finally, and excitingly, physically opened its doors to its brand-new restaurant in Parsons Green. James Massoud from 7* Star Life, is one of many press and influencers we’ve welcomed in to check out the new space since opening, and we’re absolutely in love with his review; Cheeky Chicken Night. Glad to see we have a new fan and that the new restaurant is living up to the good Cocotte name!

Evening Standard readers, be aware: award-winning restaurant Galvin at Windows will treat you with a complimentary glass of champagne when visiting. Astonishing views guaranteed, perhaps one of the best in London according to Ailis Brennan. Great to see one of our favourite restaurants getting recognition. We definitely plan to visit soon for bubbles with a view.

Meanwhile, the latest addition to Paddington, Ayllu has convinced Nick Harman with its Peruvian Japanese fusion menu. US expat Michael Sandwick from The American also agreed, as he described his experience as ‘pure joy in a delightful spot.’ In other words you can enjoy sushi al fresco with a view on the Canal. Pure joy, indeed!

But the cherry on the cake is certainly Barafat, Soho’s newest arrival, which has been spotted by Hot Dinners. This beautiful Middle Eastern café has paired with French pastry chef Thomas Alphonsine to create the most dreamy desserts (think pistachio éclair & raspberry tarts – our personal favourite). They have just launched their afternoon tea and we can already smell a sweet taste of success coming out of the oven.

It’s heartening to see the hospitality industry coming back to life with lots of restaurant PR opportunities with everyone adjusting to this new normal. It’s fair to say that the government latest initiatives Eat Out to Help Out has helped, getting restaurants busy and allowing us to be having (finally) a proper dining out experience! As long as this support continues, we can expect a brighter future for our beloved industry.

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