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INCA Arrives in Mayfair: A Lively Immersive Dining Hub

This Autumn, just in time for the party season, INCA, will arrive in the West End.

Combining a high-end restaurant with an immersive dining experience, INCA is guaranteed to be one of the hottest new venues in town, destined to bring the brightness, soul and simple joys of Latin American spirit to life.

The brainchild of Nathanael Dadoun and Marc Merran, INCA is located next to the iconic London Palladium in the heart of the capital. With alluring dining and entertainment, INCA will transport guests to a high-energy world of colour, synonymous with the spirited South American way of life.

Once through the doors, guests will be treated to a multi-faceted space adorned with eye-catching Latin American decor to reflect the INCA tradition focussed on the transition between light and day, darkness and night, the sun and the moon. With unique entertainment, superstar DJs, immersive theatrical dining and modern twists on authentic cuisine, INCA encompasses a lively atmosphere from the restaurant through to the Night Lounge, coinciding with the move from day to night. This lively, enticing new venue was built to inspire togetherness, bringing people together through the rich tapestry of Latin American culture.

As guests enter INCA, they are drawn down a winding staircase, adorned colourful Brazilian- style tiles that twinkle mystical light. Heading through the space into the first bar area, guests are given a taste of what’s to come, with peep-through walls, secret windows and stunning Latin decor. Once into the main area, guests are met with a stand-out centre stage, where the magic of INCA truly comes to life. Entertainment starts from 7pm, ensuring guests are catapulted into the compelling world of rapturous South American life.

The eclectic menu, led by Head Chef Davide Alberti, will showcase authentic yet contemporary South American influenced dishes with exquisite ‘twists’, completely unique to INCA. With his wealth of expertise in flavour and texture led dishes, Alberti’s menu will provide dishes using quality ingredients, spun into new styles, infitting with the vibrant, high energy, fun atmosphere.

Highlights from the menu include:

Roasted Canadian lobster with a fennel and Ossetra caviar glaze, finished with orange & rosemary sauce

● A tropical Carabineros Ceviche, accompanied by fresh and pickled exotic fruits, a crispy corn twill, aguachile sauce and marigold oil.

● A deconstructed Inca Tulakalum and milk chocolate cigar tart, with a unique tobacco ice cream, balanced with smoked banana and salted caramel popcorn.

Accompanied by drinks, such as:

La Salida de Sol, an ‘Inca’ twist on the sweet and bitter Espresso Martini.

Toque de Mandarina, a take on the famous Pisco Sour, crafted with mandarin sherbets

Pina Verde, a sweet, smokey and slightly sour Mezcal drink, served with homemade avocado and pineapple purée.

On the new opening, Nathanael Dadoun, Managing Partner, comments: “I have always had a passion for discovering new cultures and learning about different ways of living around the world. Following my extended travels in South America, I fell in love with the colours of these landscapes, the warmth of the locals. It was transparent to me that people there were authentic and happily fulfilled with simple things life has to offer. This was the inspiration behind INCA, which we are delighted to bring to London.”

Davide Alberti expands on the flavours and concept of the menu,Inca’s menu is focussed around Latin flavours, heat, texture, fire, life, sharing and joy: all the ingredients of what food represents in my life. The menu I’ve created brings all these elements together, showcasing influence from Japenase-Peruvian Nikkei, with a modern touch to it - something truly unique”.

INCA will be open, from 8pm-4am and is located at 8-9 Argyll St, Soho, W1F 7TF.

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