Luxury London hotel The Goring will open its first new restaurant in nearly 110 years next month, headed up by Nathan Outlaw.
Seafood focused Siren will sit alongside the hotel’s flagship Michelin starred restaurant The Dining Room, as a casual dining option.
The new space will open on June 12, and will coincide with the reopening of The Goring Bar.
Siren has been inspired by the Goring family’s ties to Cornwall, and will showcase the region’s produce under Outlaw, who already runs two Cornish eateries – Restaurant Nathan Outlaw and Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen, both in Port Isaac.
The new restaurant will be housed with a glass structure overlook The Goring’s gardens, and will be open daily for lunch and dinner.
Dishes will include starters of cured monkfish, ginger, fennel and yoghurt; and cuttlefish black pudding apple and kohlrabi, while main courses will include turbot herbed and battered with warm tartare sauce; and red mullet with devilled shrimp butter and chicory.
There will also be “a wide range of daily specials that reflect the freshest fish available direct from Cornwall each day, such as lobster grilled over fire with herbs and garlic and Grilled whole monkfish for two to share”.
Meanwhile the revamped bar will offer a new collection of signature cocktails, and will feature live piano music, and bar bites including lobster scampi with chilli and pepper jam, and crab scones.
Design for the news spaces have again been inspired by Cornwall, with handcrafted plasterwork depicting mythical sea creatures and marine life.