Trinity’s celebrated chef, Adam Byatt, has relaunched this stately panelled dining room of the foyer of one of Mayfair’s most historic hotels, nowadays owned by Rocco Forte.
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Trinity’s celebrated chef, Adam Byatt, is set to relaunch this stately panelled dining room of the foyer of one of Mayfair’s most historic hotels, nowadays owned by Rocco Forte (whose late father, Lord Charles Forte inspired the name of this new venture). Adam is the latest in a succession of chefs (most recently Heinz Beck, of Beck at Browns, RIP) who have somehow failed to hit a home-run in this potentially splendid, traditional chamber. According to the PR we should expect an ‘evolution of great British cuisine… while embracing a bygone era of service with a sense of theatre’.
Charlie’s Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Adam Byatt (Trinity) has stretched into Albemarle Street to offer his take on fine dining. And it's a success, of course. The delicacy of his style is expressed perfectly in the Dorset dressed crab with cucumber. Pretty and meltingly attractive. A classic mousseline accompanies rose veal and the crême caramel is just that, eggs and cream but the sauternes-infused sultanas that surround it make all the differnce. Can't be faulted. Service is appropriately obsequious and the price suits the tourist spender."