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Kettner's, London, 1955
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Kettner's, London, 1955 Kettner's, London, 1955

Kettner's, London, 1955

One of London's oldest and greatest dining institutions, Kettner’s was opened in 1867 by Auguste Kettner, previously a chef to Napoleon III. Noted regulars included Oscar Wilde, King Edward VII, Agatha Christie and Bing Crosby. In later years, The Clash's Joe Strummer would have solo Sunday lunches there, sitting in a corner and reading newspapers.

Kettner's was bought in 1980 by Pizza Express founder Peter Boizot, who opened a champagne bar as well as creating an affordable menu featuring pizzas, burgers and salads that made Kettner's a beloved destination for young Londoners. 

Under different ownership, Kettner's is now a brasserie.

Courtesy The Culinary Institute of America

Love Menu Art archival prints on 190 gsm Fine Art Media Soft Textured Paper.

Each print is accompanied by a copy of the menu interior.

Printed in the UK.