A refreshed look and feel returns Murano to Angela’s humble roots

Over the past 15 years, Murano has become a landmark of London’s fine dining scene, establishing itself as the home of 'home-cooked' Michelin food.

In that time, the fine dining landscape has changed dramatically whilst Murano has remained quietly reserved. 2024 marks a new era for Murano.

For its next chapter, Murano has undergone a visual evolution that returns the restaurant to its humble roots with modern simplicity. A focus has been placed on capturing Angela’s Italian heritage, taking inspiration from her family roots in Bardi as well as her love for Venice and Murano in equal measures.

The restaurant itself is creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere for its guests as soon as they step through the door, capturing Angela’s passion for hosting memorable meals surrounded by family and friends.

As part of the next chapter of Murano, George Ormond steps into the Head Chef role, taking the helm from Emily Brightman after almost seven years of running the kitchen.

“I love Murano, and have had so many amazing people working with me over the last 15 years, some of them who are still with me today. After the refurbishment, I’m really looking forward to a new era of the restaurant with the team.”
- Angela

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