<span id="lblNoFrames"><h1>Addlib_p1-15.pdf</h1><br/>30 | add lib 30 | add lib The old Embassy just drifted out of fashion. With his nightclub in need of desperate de-wagging, its owner, ex-Iron Maiden manager Mark Fuller, handed the reigns to Dan Kapp, former Movida communications director. Himself weary of clubs after 15 years in the industry, Dan has relaunched the Mayfair site with Michelin-starred chef Joël Antunès at the helm, as one of the few restaurants able to take advantage of a 3am licence. It’s a French Riviera-style hangout for the chic crowd who dine late and like to stay past the midnight witching hour; no-one here will tap you on the shoulder and ask you to leave. Classier than a late-night hotel bar, it’s de? nitely not a members club, as Dan explains: “Members clubs are dead. We use phonebooks to interact with folk we ? nd The New AmbassadorsThe Embassy relaunches as Kitchen Joël AntunèsMark Fuller, OwnerTimo Weber, London social guruJacobi-Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, Friend of royaltyJoël Antunès, Michelin-starred chefp30-31 London Faces the embassy2.indd<br/> 3020/03/2012<br/> 15:15</span>