Michelin-starred brothers Chris and Jeff Galvin will open Galvin Bar and Grill To Kimpton Fitzroy Hotel with Chef Adam Gray on September 27. They will take over the former Neptune seafood restaurant started by Brett Redman and Margaret Crow, which was closed by the pandemic. The sibling duo have a long history with hotel restaurants, having worked with The Ritz, The Lanesborough and The Savoy. While Gray is best known for being the chef of Gary Rhodes’ Michelin-starred restaurant, Rhodes Twenty Four.
Upon entering you will be able to marvel at the hotel marble stairs, stone pillars and an opulent lobby. The The large 100-seat dining room has been redesigned, while retaining many of the original details of architect Charles Fitzroy Doll, who created the space in 1898 and later used as inspiration for his dining room on the RMS Titanic.
“This opening is very special for us,” said Chris Galvin. “Having worked in restaurants at several of London’s top hotels, we have always enjoyed welcoming clients from all over and look forward to showing them the best that modern British cuisine has to offer. ”
British cuisine will be the name of the game here, but don’t expect traditional dishes, instead they will draw on other cultures to reflect the diversity of modern Britain. Dishes include Williams pear, caramelized walnuts, and oxford blue cheese salad; rib of beef with salted celeriac; turbot bones; Yorkshire grain-fed chicken cooked with smoked garlic, chanterelles and hasselback potatoes; and trifle of autumn berries. In addition to the ethically sourced, plant-based launch menu, the team will fire up the grill and prepare a variety of 32-day-aged cuts of beef, including rib eye, tenderloin and sirloin on the grill. ‘bone, as well as British seafood and day. -special boats.
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