Israeli-English chef Ottolenghi is revered for his take on Middle-Eastern cooking and has come to own six different eateries across London.
His test kitchen – where he develops and trials out new recipes with staff – is located in the north of the capital, occupying a disused railway arch.
Yotam Ottolenghi’s test kitchen takes over a disused railway arch
The industrial setting was proving less than inspiring for Ottolenghi, so Studiomama was brought on board to revamp the kitchen.
Although no significant changes could
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