Bob Bob Cité, the restaurant where it seems to eat traveling

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28 May 2019

Neon-scripted, racing car seats and champagne bells, food combines with luxury and travel at London's Bob Bob Cité restaurant.

It was 2008, when, in London, Leonid Shutov opened the luxury restaurant Bob Bob Richard with a style inspired by the interiors of the Orient Express. Today, more than ten years later, he has created another extraordinary place, the Bob Bob Cité, not just a restaurant, but an experience in which gastronomy blends with unbridled luxury and an unbridled passion for travel that has always accompanied the decisions of the owner. 

For the interior design, Leonid relied on the BradyWilliams Studio‘s team of excellence, inspired by 19th-century transportation, from racing cars to private yachts, from first-class coaches to Zeppelin airships.

The Bob Bob Cité offers large rooms with long tables, but also intimate private rooms, in each case every little detail has been carefully and precisely studied. The choice of materials starts with the carved rosewood panels with steel finishes, the Japanese style wallpaper, the 24 chandeliers made especially for this place and the neon lights that accompany the customer between the various spaces. 

One of the characteristic elements of the Bob Bob Cité, as in the Bob Bob Richard, is the bell to request more champagne. Cheers! 

Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al
Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al
Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al
Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al
Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al
Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al
Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al
Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al
Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al
Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al
Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al
Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al
Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al
Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al
Bob Bob Cite | Collater.al

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