Belgravia’s Goring Hotel to relaunch bar alongside new seafood restaurant
The bar in London hotel The Goring is set to relaunch alongside the opening of a new restaurant next month.
The Goring Hotel in Belgravia will relaunch its fully refurbished bar as well as unveiling its brand new Cornish-inspired seafood restaurant Siren in June.
Siren will be the first new restaurant at the hotel in over 109 years, with CEO Jeremy Goring aiming to create a casual dining option inspired by his family’s ties to Cornwall.
Chef Nathan Outlaw will take the lead in the Siren kitchen, focusing on producing simple dishes using Cornwall-sourced seafood. The restaurant will also offer views of The Goring’s secluded garden.
Alongside Siren, The Goring Bar has been fully renovated with a grand piano for entertainment in the refreshed space. The newly devised cocktail list will focus on British spirits and will incorporate a range of herbs sourced from The Goring’s own garden.
The architecture and interior design for Siren and The Goring Bar have been led by designer Russell Sage, with the Cornish inspiration for the project realised in features such as a hand-crafted plasterwork wall separating the bar from the restaurant and depicting mythical sea creatures and marine life.
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