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King’s So­cial House sets St. Mor­tiz’ din­ing scene ablaze with cel­e­brated British chef and restau­ran­teur, Ja­son Ather­ton.

The restau­rant, for­merly known as King’s Club, sees a com­plete re­design by Rosendale De­sign and fea­tures a show­stop­ping mu­ral by Swiss street artist duo, Bane + Pest. Grey pine pan­els, up­cy­cled from old barns, slate col­umns and tim­ber come to­gether to cre­ate a luxe take on the farm­houses that pep­per the En­ga­dine coun­try­side. Ex­pect lav­ish dishes, from a truf­fle morel fon­due to a roasted lobster with triple­cooked duck fat chips. As the night goes on, the venue will trans­form into a club, with a pro­gramme of in­ter­na­tional DJS and slick drinks. Badrutt’s Palace Ho­tel, Via Ser­las 27, 7500 St. Moritz, Switzer­land. Tel: +41 81 837 10 00

New in Hack­ney’s food, drink and de­sign con­sor­tium, Mare Street Mar­ket, is The Din­ing Room, a 45-seater restau­rant serv­ing up quin­tes­sen­tial British fare. There’s a strong em­pha­sis on East Lon­don’s home­grown pro­duc­ers and ar­ti­sans – as with the rest of the mar­ket – which will com­ple­ment neigh­bour­ing es­tab­lish­ment, Open Kitchen. En­joy Art Deco in­te­ri­ors, ac­cen­tu­ated with an­tiq­ui­ties from Pure White Lines, as well as the sea­sonal dishes by head chef Do­minik Mold­en­hauer. The Duck Breast with Chest­nut Gnoc­chi (£13/S$23) and Pas­trami Braised Ox Cheek (£13) have proven pop­u­lar among guests, but save room for the Bri­oche Dough­nut. The lat­ter is topped with salted caramel sauce and a car­damom cheese­cake mousse (£5). Veg­e­tar­ian and ve­gan menus are also avail­able. 117 Mare Street, Lon­don E8 4RU, U.K. Tel: +44 20 3745 2470

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