Having opened their first London boutique and deli last month, Parisian caviar experts Petrossian have launched a gourmet café on the same South Kensignton site.
The intimate cafe has just 16 covers, and will serve hot dishes from 11.30am-3pm, and cold dishes and deli plates until 7pm, accompanied by a range of fine wines, champagne and vodka.
A curated menu of Petrossian delicacies and cult recipes includes an Organic Soft Boiled Egg served with Ossetra caviar, Oven Baked Potato with Caviar, a selection of Petrossian’s famous Taramas, Truffle Tartine, a wide range of Smoked Salmon and the famous Petrossian Croque, served with caviar, truffle or pata negra.
This is the first permanent UK location of the beloved Parisian institution, and occupies the street-level space at 6 Fulham Road right opposite the iconic Michelin building. The aesthetic echoes the beautiful teal-blue exterior of the original Paris boutique.
The new boutique, deli and gourmet café showcases Petrossian’s century-old spirit of sophistication and savoir-faire to the full. Knowledgeable staff are on hand to offer advice and expertise to customers to help them discover, understand and choose their caviar, smoked salmon and other fine delicacies.
The deli counter offers the chance to sample products, with smoked salmon sliced in front of the customer and tarama made on site.
Founded in Paris in 1920 by brothers Melkoum and Mouchegh Petrossian, the company is still fully family-owned today. Petrossian’s boutiques and restaurants have spread from the historic first location on Boulevard de Latour-Maubourg in Paris to New York, Brussels, Las Vegas and West Hollywood, and London.