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A new restaurant described as “modern British infused with the essence of West Africa and Eastern Europe” has opened in Mayfair. Stork, “a fresh concept that puts the spotlight on fusion dining at its finest,” opened at the end of April on Cork Street, close to the Burlington Arcade, off Piccadilly.

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Self-penned as “modern British infused with the essence of West Africa and Eastern Europe”. The concept which underpins the two-tiered restaurant (replacing Peyote on Cork Street in Mayfair), is the journey taken by the migrating stork, “from East to West; Eastern Europe to Western Africa.”

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A new restaurant has taken flight in Mayfair, with the very recent opening of Stork, a fresh concept that puts the spotlight on modern British cuisine infused with the essence of West Africa and Eastern Europe. The concept follows the flight of the namesake stork on its journey from Eastern Europe to Western Africa, and the menu’s global influences are collected along this journey.

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A new restaurant described as “modern British infused with the essence of West Africa and Eastern Europe” has opened in Mayfair. Stork, “a fresh concept that puts the spotlight on fusion dining at its finest,” opened at the end of April on Cork Street, close to the Burlington Arcade, off Piccadilly.

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The restaurant is one of the more original-sounding openings so far this year, playing on its founders’ roots: “Stork is a fresh concept that puts the spotlight on fusion dining at its finest – modern British infused with the essence of West Africa and Eastern Europe.”

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A new restaurant has taken flight in Mayfair, with the very recent opening of Stork at the end of April. Stork is a fresh concept that puts the spotlight on fusion dining at its finest; modern British infused with the essence of West Africa and Eastern Europe.