The Dining Room restaurant at London's Goring hotel is poised to resume operations in March after undergoing an extensive multimillion-pound renovation.
Since August 2019, the Michelin-starred flagship restaurant, a five-red-AA-star establishment, has been under the culinary direction of Executive Chef Graham Squire.
Presently undergoing refurbishment overseen by Russell Sage Studio, the restaurant is currently closed to patrons.
The announcement regarding the relaunch mentioned that the redesigned space would feature an 'opulent aesthetic,' paying homage to the rich history of the hotel.
Upon completion, the restaurant will boast a new state-of-the-art kitchen and a specially crafted chef's table designed to accommodate up to six guests.
Before joining the Goring, Chef Graham Squire held the position of head chef at the Lickford Inn in West Sussex and previously served as the head chef at the Michelin-starred Trinity restaurant in Clapham, London.
Additionally, he gained experience at prestigious establishments such as Claridge's in London's Mayfair and Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons in Oxfordshire.
Established in 1910 by Otto Goring, The Goring remains a rare gem among luxury properties in London, proudly retaining its status as one of the few establishments owned and operated by the family that originally built it.