The Grill at The Dorchester enjoys a reputation as one of the UK’s best restaurants showcasing classic British cuisine. As a nod to the long-held tradition of Glorious 12th, which sees shooting enthusiasts head to the moors of Scotland and Northern England, head chef of The Grill at The Dorchester, Brian Hughson, will introduce his Grouse menu. Beautifully cooked dishes such as warm salad of grouse with Cumbrian ham, fried quails egg and summer truffle and traditional roasted grouse with bread sauce, home cured streaky bacon, game chips and roasting juices will be available from 13 August until the end of the grouse shooting season in December. With the provenance of ingredients being Brian’s passion, The Grill at The Dorchester sources its grouse from the Yorkshire moors, ensuring diners enjoy the best that the British Isles has to offer.
The Grill at The Dorchester Glorious 12th Menu 2011 by Brian Hughson
v Salad of Yorkshire grouse breast with Stichelton, bramble dressing and apple.
v Warm salad of grouse with Cumbrian ham, fried quails egg and summer truffle.
v Steamed grouse breast with foie gras, cabbage and braised grouse faggot.
v Ballotine of grouse with its own liver parfait, sloe juices, pillows of lovage gnocchi and Scottish girolles.
v Traditional roasted grouse with bread sauce, home cured streaky bacon, game chips and roasting juices.
The Dorchester is situated in the heart of London’s Mayfair on Park Lane, with rooms and suites affording expansive views of Hyde Park. The Dorchester Spa reopened in May 2009 after a multimillion transformation to offer indulgent pampering in a glamorous art deco setting. A wide range of dining is available to guests in The Promenade, The Bar and The Grill. China Tang offers traditional Cantonese cuisine, while three Michelin star Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester is one of London’s finest contemporary French dining experiences.
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Dorchester Collection is a portfolio of the world’s foremost luxury hotels in Europe and the USA, each of which reflects the distinctive culture of its destination. By applying its unrivalled experience and capability in owning and operating some of the greatest individual hotels, the company’s mission is to develop an impeccable group of the finest landmark hotels through acquisition as well as management of wholly-owned and part-owned hotels, and to enter into management agreements.
The current portfolio includes the following hotels (in order of them joining the group):
The Dorchester, London
The Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills
Le Meurice, Paris
Hotel Plaza Athénée, Paris
Hotel Principe di Savoia, Milan
Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles (re-opening in October 2011)
Coworth Park, Ascot, UK
45 Park Lane, London (opening in September 2011)
Le Richemond, Geneva
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