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LONDON: tycoon Richard Caring launchs aquatic restaurant – with installations by Damien Hirst and a 13ft crocodile

Aquatic-themed pieces will make up what is believed to be one of the most expensive collections of new artworks created for a London restaurant

 

LONDON RESTAURANTRichard Caring,   owner of Caprice Holdings A rendering of Sexy Fish's interior. Source Sexy Fish

 

Restaurant and clubs tycoon Richard Caring, has launched a new restaurant named “Sexy Fish” in Mayfair’s Berkeley Square on the site of an old NatWest banking hall. The new kid on the block will join Caring’s Caprice Holding growing list of London restaurants, which include The Ivy, Le Caprice and 34.

The 190-seat seafood brasserie set to open on October 19.

Beautiful Sexy Fish designed by Martin Brudnizki will include the world’s largest live coral reef tank in a basement private room. Spectacular artworks by Damien Hirst and mega architect Frank Gehry being installed at opening. Mr Gehry’s works include a 13ft crocodile made from metal wire, glossy black Formica ColorCore and silicone.

The menu will specialise in Asian-inspired seafood and there will be a £90 nine-course tasting menu and a £25 two-course lunch menu,  overseen by young British-born chef, Ben Orpwood.

 

 Richard CaringThe 58th London Evening Standard Theatre Awards In Association With Burberry - Drinks Reception

 

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