Distinguished by its polished Art Deco accents and large sweeping staircase, iconic London restaurant and late-night venue, Quaglino’s, has benefitted from a dramatic facelift. With pools of light above each table and a mink, pewter and gold colour palette reminiscent of 1929 when the venue was founded by Giovanni Quaglino, dressed-up glamour is the order of the day.
The signature staircase, balcony bar, main restaurant and mezzanine private dining rooms have been elegantly restored. A large central cocktail bar has been added and the crustacean bar replaced by a stage for intimate live music performances.
With the new interior masterminded by Russell Sage Studio, every item of flooring, furniture and artwork have been replaced. Meeting the brief for dressed-up glamorous dining, distinctive Morgan furniture collections were specified in striking fabrics for the most exclusive areas of the restaurant.
Upstairs, visible through the glass balustrade, Seville winged-back chairs, Siena and Miami lounge chairs from Morgan entice diners up to the balcony bar, while Pastille bar stools provide a cool perch for a cocktail. Pimlico chairs with their curved profile and oval seat are a smooth option for private dining. Single pedestal tables from the Diva collection also feature as part of the fit-out which includes over 150 individual Morgan pieces.