Michelin- starred chef Adam Byatt from Clapham’s renowned michelin starred restaurant Trinity is taking over residency at Brown’s Hotel.
Byatt has a Michelin star to his name already and is best known for his restaurants in Clapham, from the Michelin starred Trinity to Bistro Union. This sees him heading north of the river for the first time in years – he originally trained at Claridge’s an worked at the Square before opening in Clapham.
That name comes from “Lord Charles Forte” – as Brown’s is one of Forte’s best-known hotels. The menu is set to have “dishes with authentic ingredients of the highest quality sourced from suppliers across the globe, while embracing a bygone era of service with a sense of theatre” and that includes:
- Fried courgette flowers with truffle honey
- Whole 12oz Dover sole simply grilled or pan-fried with caper butter
- Roasted Yorkshire grouse, blackberries and bread sauce.
But one thing has us most interested – that the restaurant will have some trolley action (which we always love). That’ll be serving daily specials, including whole poached salmon and glazed Essex gammon.
In charge in the kitchen is Head Chef Matt Starling (previously Fera at Claridge’s) and Executive Chef Owain Atkinson (Kitchin, La Petite Maison and Chez Bruce) is looking after the food for the rest of the hotel.
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