After opening Brooklands on top of The Peninsula hotel and the Riviera-inspired Socca in Mayfair, Claude Bosi returns to home turf with this new Chelsea bistro down the Fulham Road from the chef’s two-Michelin-starred Bibendum. Joséphine, the first joint venture Bosi has opened with his wife Lucy, is named after the chef’s grandmother and inspired by the informal bouchons of Lyon, not least the one owned by his parents. Expect French bistro classics, regional Lyonnaise specialities, a daily plat du jour and, to drink, bouchon-style metre wine, with diners only paying for what they consume. Front-of-house will be overseen by another London hospitality stalwart, Will Smith, previously of Arbutus and Wild Honey.
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