Kettner’s was opened in 1867 by Auguste Kettner, the then chef to Napoleon III. Since then the venue has hosted a whole array of famous individuals ranging from Oscar Wilde, to King Edward VII. The bar is comprised of four Georgian houses, which have recently been refurbished and remodelled to bring the venue squarely into the 21st Century. The furnishings were entirely created by IIse Crawford of Studio IIse which is also based in London. Kettner’s, which is a stones throw away from the eOffice London location, has received great reviews. Chief among these was Time Out when it stated – “Kettners has warmth and a sense of bonhomie that only the best brasseries possess”.
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