Family-owned luxury London hotel, The Goring, has revealed that its new Nathan Outlaw restaurant will be named Siren when it opens on June 12.
The new eatery will be the five-star boutique’s first new restaurant in more than 109 years, since the hotel was opened in 1910 by Otto Goring.
Siren will be The Goring’s ‘more casual dining option’ inspired by CEO Jeremy Goring’s family ties to Cornwall.
It will showcase the best of Cornish produce, with chef Outlaw creating ‘simple, yet elegant’ dishes to complement the restaurant’s views over the garden.
The architecture and interior have been led by Russell Sage who has created an ‘eccentric, uplifting’ space, with features such as a hand-crafted plasterwork depicting mythical sea creatures and marine life.
The glass structure of the restaurant means The Gorin’s garden has also been instrumental to the design, which has also been given a complete redesign by Jekka McVicar, leading herb expert and RHS Vice President.
More than 100 different herbs have been planted that will be incorporated into dishes and cocktails on offer.
As well as the launch of Siren, June 12 will also see The Goring Bar unveiled, complete with grand piano in the newly-designed space to provide live entertainment.
The new restaurant and bar will sit alongside the hotel’s flagship restaurant, The Dining Room, which holds a Michelin star and three AA Rosettes.