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European Masters of Bartending: Ryan Chetiyawardana

Bars 28.1.2016

Andrew Wilkin meets Ryan Chetiyawardana for his continuing series on the European Masters of Bartending. He’s most famous for White Lyan and Dandelyan, two bars which have shook up the London bar scene, but what else is there to know about the man himself?

MIXOLOGY author Andrew Wilkin meets Ryan Chetiyawardana for his continuing series on the European Masters of Bartending. He’s most famous for White Lyan and Dandelyan, two bars which have shook up the London bar scene, but what else is there to know about the man himself?Ryan Chetiyawardana’s bar Dandelyan, lying within the confines of London’s indefinably glamorous Mondrian Hotel, is quite the intimidating spot for an interview. Perched on London’s River Thames, with prime views of the glittering Blackfriars bridge, it’s the sort of backdrop you’d imagine for an earth-shattering interview, with a president perhaps – one that you’d tune your TV in for. Which makes it all the more surprising when Chetiyawardana walks in. He’s well put together, eloquent and poised. But he’s also the sort of guy you imagine yourself having a jovial drinking session with. A straight up chap.
Incidentally, Chetiyawardana is also quite the sensation in the bartending world. In the last few years, Mr Lyan — as he’s been affectionately titled — has shook up London’s bar scene with his bars White Lyan and Dandelyan. Then there’s his other pursuits aiming to revolutionize drinking habits — his bottled range of cocktails, stocked at Selfridges amongst others…
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