Nathan Brewster, former head chef of Tate Modern’s Level 6 restaurant, will head a brigade of eight chefs at the newly refurbished Whistler Restaurant.
The menu is set to offer a new take on London’s dining scene inspired by the culinary heritage of the county, with a focus on the 20thC underground movement of English cookery. After months of research, menu planning and preparation, Nathan and his brigade have developed a menu inspired through the ages from the 1920’s based on the Rex Whistler mural, under the guidance of Food Historian, Joanna Cheetham. The menu focuses on traditional dishes from around the local London boroughs featuring nettles, cherries and coddling apples traditionally from Hampstead as well as the eponymous Chelsea bun.
Prices from £21 for two courses and £27 for three courses.