It’s been wowing our annual survey reporters for over a decade, but this Saturday (25 April) Dorchester’s Sienna will have its last service. The “snug” restaurant (with just 20 covers) has always been “head and shoulders above the competition” and has long been considered one of the best small dining rooms in the country.
Russell and Eléna Brown, who founded Sienna in 2003, plan to close the premises this weekend, after which the lease on the town centre fixture expires and will not be renewed. The pair jointly decided to close the restaurant and are on the lookout for a new venture.
Throughout April Sienna will donate £5 from every bill to the Hospitality Action charity.
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