The Portman Estate has welcomed ULI Marylebone to 15 Seymour Place., strengthening the location’s food and beverage offering.
Comprising 2,400sq ft, the 100-cover restaurant is the third and largest restaurant from London-based restaurateurs Graham Rebak and Adam Wilkie, joining ULI Notting Hill and HUŎ Chelsea. Serving up clean and healthy Asian food, ULI Marylebone provides carefully selected dishes from China and Southeast Asia, all prepared from scratch using traditional disciplines. The space also features a bar serving Asian-inspired cocktails.
ULI Marylebone is the latest addition to Seymour Place’s balanced selection of independent restaurant occupiers. Enhancing Marylebone’s reputation for diverse food and beverage options, ULI joins the likes of Levantine patisserie T by Tamara, Basque grill restaurant Lurra and Michelin-starred Mexican restaurant KOL.
The signing of ULI Marylebone underlines The Portman Estate’s dedication to creating a destination that delivers high quality hospitality experiences for visitors, residents and workers. Expanding Marylebone’s selection of high calibre brands displays the Estate’s commitment to promoting and protecting the long-term success of the West End.
Tom Knight, portfolio director at The Portman Estate commented: “The opening of ULI Marylebone is an exciting moment for Seymour Place. We are so pleased to continue diversifying the high quality restaurant offerings in The Portman Estate, further strengthening Portman Marylebone as a destination.
“The opening of a new restaurant signals the growing desire for vibrant retail and hospitality offerings in London. We continue to evolve Portman Marylebone, with this latest opening emphasising our ambition to build a commercially resilient neighbourhood that supports the West End and London.”
Graham Rebak, managing director, ULI, commented: “Recognising London’s demand and appreciation for our brand of informal classic Asian cooking, off the success of both ULI Notting Hill and HUŎ, Adam and I have been looking for the perfect new neighbourhood location for a second ULI for some time. When the site on Seymour Place came onto our radar, we immediately knew that this was it. Remarkably this brand of restaurant is currently missing from the area and when combined with Jonathan Clark’s crisp and cool interiors, we are confident that Marylebone locals will be quick to add ULI to their little black book of regular haunts.”