As a restaurant PR agency in London we have a varied range of clients – which is ideal for getting press coverage on. The last couples of months have proved fruitful for the PR team here at MeMo and below are some highlights of excellent pieces of coverage we have achieved:

Japan Centre in GQ magazine. The leading men’s fashion and lifestyle title recently covered the newly launched Japanese food hall on Panton Street in a feature on food halls. The magazine, which boasts a circulation of 114,035 included the site in a full page piece. Any Restaurant PR agency in London will know that this is the holy grail of coverage and needless the say the client was extremely pleased.

We are also delighted to announce that we will be working on the launch of Ichiba, set to be Europe’s largest Japanese Food Halls. Located in Westfield and opening in the summer, the food hall has already received coverage in The Guardian, Restaurant Magazine, Time Out, The Grocer and London Eater – as a restaurant PR agency we cannot wait to get cracking on the launch.

Michelin starred Galvin at Windows has been a longstanding client of Memo’s. As a restaurant PR agency in London, we know that there are a plethora of restaurants in London for diners to choose from and our job is ensure that Galvin at Windows is kept firmly in the public eye. Recently the restaurant has received coverage in British Airways High Life, Daily Mail online, LBC London and Tatler.

Shoryu Ramen’s newest London site on Great Eastern Street was included in an area focussed round-up in Time Out, the London entertainment magazine which has a circulation of 309,030.

And last but certainly not least – Metro newspaper featured Pan Asian restaurant, Chino Latino’s new Asian Pickle menu, in their Eat & Drink pages following their attendance of a media dinner that MeMo hosted. The title has a circulation of 862,060.