Titanic inspiration becomes home to new restaurant led by Michelin-starred owners
Two Michelin-Starred restaurateurs have announced that they are opening up a new restaurant in the centre of London.
Chris and Jeff Galvin are teaming up with chef Adam Grey to open Galvin Bar & Grill at Kimpton Fitzroy London.
The restaurant will be focused on meals created using ethically sourced produce and aiming to “reflect the diversity of modern Britain”.
The restaurant will have its own entrance on Guilford Street, and will house a 100-cover dining room, which was built in 1898 and was the inspiration for the dining room on board the Titanic.
Chris Galvin commented: “This opening is a very special one for us. Having worked in restaurants in a number of London’s best hotels, we have always enjoyed welcoming guests from far and wide and are looking forward to showing them the best of what modern British cuisine has to offer.
“Kimpton’s restaurants and bars are gathering places loved by locals and hotel guests alike. Their innovative approach to food and drink, as well as creating warm and inclusive dining spaces, perfectly aligns with our own. Ethical and sustainable eating is also very important to both brands.
“Up to fifty per cent of diners in our other Galvin restaurants choose a plant-based or vegetarian tasting menu, so we have enjoyed working with Adam to ensure this is reflected in the menu at Galvin Bar & Grill.
Garreth Walsh, general manager of Kimpton Fitzroy London, said: “We are thrilled to be working alongside Chris, Jeff and Adam for the launch of Galvin Bar & Grill.
“Restaurants are integral to the Kimpton brand, and we’re so excited to have partnered with the Galvins, who are very much loved and respected by guests, and across the industry.
“We look forward to welcoming both our regulars and new visitors to the refreshed space to enjoy incredible dining that reflects the fantastic talent of the London food scene and seasonal produce available in the UK.”
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