07 Jul 2015
Chiswell Street Dining Rooms
Located on the corner of Milton Street (formerly known as Grub Street) and Chiswell Street, in the original home of the Whitbread brewery (c.1748), the bar and restaurant now evokes an atmosphere of abundant good times.
Providing the best of new and old-fashioned British cooking, courtesy of head chef Pieter Fitz-Dreyer, Pieter has worked for some of the most established hotels and restaurants across the world, including tours of duty as head chef at The Atlantic Hotel, Chanel Islands with a Michelin-starred and triple rosette restaurant and the Carlisle Bay Resort in Antigua, West Indies as executive chef.
Reminiscent of a modern day drawing room, the wooden panelled dining room is smart and handsome. Divided into three areas, literary inspired art and typography adorns the walls combining with stylish leather tub chairs, luxurious banquettes and a colour palate of creams, greens and golds to exude vintage class.
Lunch revisits seventies gourmet gold and dinner spans a mix of recent decades and showcases a similar bold cooking style.
Sophistication reigns with a stylish leather clad bar, topped by a stunning single piece of chestnut, set off by a vintage distressed mirror, making it the ideal place to meet, drink and dissect the day.BACK