This September, The Montagu Kitchen is offering a special menu, which is inspired from Winston Churchill’s former residence – National Trust’s Chartwell house and garden in Kent.

Offering an uninterrupted view of the private gardens of Portman Square and just a short walk from Oxford Street and Marble Arch, The Montagu Kitchen is a modern British restaurant inspired by the year-round gardens at Chartwell. Located within Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill, the restaurant launches mid-September, 2018.

Every quarter, the core offering from the restaurant will change, but several daily and weekly specials will make it to the menu throughout the seasons.

The September menu includes delicacies like marmalade pork belly, kale braised with barley and herbs, winter vegetables, and red wine sauce; Seabass, fennel, and potato bake with snap peas, carrots with lemon caper, gherkins; apple charlotte; and homemade English honey ice cream in raspberry rose Bakewell tart.

Mark Sainsbury, executive chef, Montagu Kitchen said, “I loved growing up in the countryside in Kent, and it has been my lifelong ambition to take inspiration from the fragrant woods, meadows and fruit farms and use it in my cooking. Chartwell House in Kent has such a fascinating history and I’m excited to marry up my personal experience of Kent with the gardens at Chartwell to create a truly unique offering at The Montagu Kitchen.”

Pranit Sarda