Pataka has announced that it will expand its existing kitchen concept to offer alfresco dining for up to 20 people whilst its interior is renovated in time for 17 May reopening.
Alongside the reopening, the kitchen will cater to a new bar concept next door where the restaurant will be the food partner, serving a modern finger food menu.
The restaurant which was the “brainchild” of Arjun Baljee was founded by a group of restaurateurs and hoteliers.
Alongside the Grosvenor Gardens restaurant, three further Pataka sites will open in Mayfair, Bermondsey and Bayswater from May 2021 onwards.
Balijee said: “We couldn’t be more grateful for the love and support we’ve received in our first few months since launching. As we evolve, the next step is to push the boundaries with an updated menu and a differentiated dining experience.
“We want to bring the magic of India’s varied cuisines in a smart, modern manner: we call it ‘Indian 2.0’. Think abstract decor and digital art providing a background for food and cocktails that will totally reimagine your experience of Indian cuisine.”