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iKOYi Restaurant Soft Launch & PAUK Visit

  • 11 Jul 2017
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We’ve got some exciting news in the London F&B space happening to one of our very own this year! Jeremy Chan '10 and his friend Iré Hassan-Odukale have worked tirelessly running guest chef residencies and pop-ups to found a restaurant called “iKOYi" opening in St James’ Market this July 15!

Having sharpened his culinary knife at highly regarded venues like Heston Blumenthal’s Dinner and Copenhagen’s Noma, Jeremy ’10 will be doubling up as Head Chef in leading this fine dining offering. iKOYi is a concept restaurant offering an innovative range of dishes rooted in West African cuisine and infused with international and modern influences. To find out more, do click this link.

In association with the PAUK board, Jeremy has arranged for 10 people from our PAUK community to visit on Tuesday, July 11 (Time TBC) to enjoy his exquisite creations at soft launch prices. Please email Jun’12 at yujunk@gmail.com to reserve your spot. Note that we are limiting spaces to a first come first serve basis and will be running a waiting list if necessary. Please ensure you are available on that day but in the event that you are unable to attend, let Jun know asap.

If you are unable to join us on this date, never fear! You can still visit the restaurant after its opening date (July 15) or during its soft launch period running from July 2 to 13 at exclusive soft launch prices. Email Jeremy’10 at jeremy@ikoyigroup.com to arrange a time for your soft launch visit as this is by invite only.

To whet your appetite on some of his creations, check out iKOYi’s Instagram page.

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