Serial restaurateur Alan Yau, who launched hugely popular dining groups including Hakkasan, Busaba Eathai and Wagamama, is back with a new concept. Similar to Babaji in Soho, which Yau also opened, Yamabahçe is a fast-casual restaurant based around the Turkish flatbread called pide. With 47 covers indoors, and a further 70 outside, the all-day restaurant opens for breakfast and serves the likes of Turkish-style eggs, alongside meat and pastry dishes cooked in a wood-fire oven. With an average price point of £13 per head, Yambahçe is an accessible addition to Yau’s restaurant portfolio, with delivery, collection and takeaway also available.
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