London’s most successful restaurateurs are the co-founders of Corbin & King. This dynamic duo have been partners in business for over 30 years and acquired Le Caprice in 1981. They sold Caprice Holdings in 1998 and opened The Wolseley in 2003. That’s now London’s busiest restaurant and again they are empire building with the launch of The Delaunay and imminently a brasserie named Zédel in Sherwood Street and Café Colbert in Sloane Square. King, who sits on the council of the Tate Modern, is often to be spotted driving his dark blue Bristol whilst Corbin is chairman of Who’s Cooking Dinner? for the Leuka Appeal.
Chris Corbin OBE & Jeremy King OBE
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I used to know King in Somerset. He has done very well having come from a very humble family background.Well done sir
Their success is well earned. May they continue to prosper.