‘A room for grown-ups, powered by the quiet chatter of satisfied customers' is how one reader fondly remembers Claude Bosi's patrician Hibiscus. Others have simply drooled over the ‘mind-bogglingly clever food' and the special-occasion feel of it all. But in December 2012, Bosi decided it was time for a change and closed the restaurant for a radical makeover involving a new layout and new menus. The new design incorporates pale wood, dark slate, metal and leather, with added pizzazz from seasonal displays of up-to-the-minute Brit art; the whole space also includes a multifunctional development kitchen adjoining the private dining room. As for the food, Bosi has reprised several iconic dishes from his time at the original Hibiscus in Ludlow alongside many new creations, with guests choosing from a 12-strong daily line-up.
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