The Guardian says: In a landscape where nobody takes risks, where the sure-fire route to success is to pinch somebody else's ideas, he continues to go his own oddball way. Of his remarkable Sketch, he said when it opened, “I could have opened a safe little brasserie like the Ivy.” Instead, in this grand, sprawling Georgian town house, he created a multi-venue pleasurama, a sensory overload of challenging artworks, alien's egg loos and extraordinary and curious food. read more
The Nudge says: Housed in an 18th century Mayfair mansion, the venue boasts five main rooms…The Gallery, a plush pink gastrobrasserie lifted straight out of a particularly glamorous Wes Anderson film, it serves a range of modern European fare, and sports a wall of 239 illustrations by Fourth Plinth artist, David Shrigley. read more
Harper's Bazaar says: Housed in an 18th-century townhouse on Mayfair's Conduit Street, Sketch is a London dining emporium like no other, conceived by the Momo restaurateur Mourad Mazouz and made up of a number of uniquely decorated spaces. read more
The Handbook says: The 'pinkness' of sketch's main Gallery room doesn't really need describing. One of the most iconic restaurants in London, if not the world, walking into the room is special in itself. read more




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