45 Frith Street, Soho, London W1D 4SD 020 7494 9111

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Ultimate dining experience like no other
Jean-Jacques has 12 branches in Moscow and St Petersburg, and was founded by the Table Talk Group (35 restaurants, cafes and pubs), a highly successful Russian hospitality company, which launched the first Jean-Jacques site in Moscow in 2004. The group was founded by Igor Galkin, a prominent entrepreneur; Mitya Borisov, founder of popular bars, nightclubs and a renowned figure on the Moscow social scene and Dmitry Yampolskiy, a lawyer, entrepreneur and managing partner of Table Talk.
CEO Jean Jacques London Nick Borisov comments: “I’m thrilled to be in London and to open our first European project, especially in the legendary Soho area with its diverse cultural and social scene.”
Located on 45 Frith Street, Jean-Jacques opened daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.



Frith Street became home to the first UK outpost of this all-day French brasserie and wine bar, which already has 12 branches in Moscow and St. Petersburg. The original pride of being cultural hubs for the local area is translated to London, so with any luck this three-storey townhouse will become a hotspot for talks by artists, writers, journalists and film directors alike; there will also be cinema screenings. All the Gallic classics are in attendance at the 100-cover restaurant (think steak tartare, salad nicouse, grilled poussin, Provencal puff pastry tart and chocolate fondant for pudding), while a cozy terrace on the first floor will be open year round. The Jean-Jacques brand was founded by the Table Talk Group, which already run 35 restaurants, cafes and pubs in Russia