DUE TO OPEN LATE 2013
Dating back to 1865, the esteemed Café Royal was once one of London’s most iconic venues, attracting the great, the good and the infamous from all walks of life. Following an extensive refurb, it’s now back in business, offering a choice of eateries and bars. The Domino Room – famously painted by Charles Ginner in 1911 – was known as a fashionable haunt of artists including the Camden Town Group and the radical Vorticists, but is now scheduled to become the hotel’s flagship restaurant under the direction of executive chef Andrew Turner (formerly at Wilton’s). Precise details of the food are still sketchy, but Turner is known for his intricate approach, complex flavours and highly worked tasting menus. Expect an opulent, pillared room complete with many original features including a sumptuous canopy of bold cartouches surrounding still-life canvases of fruit, flowers and birds.
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