The Glasshouse Restaurant at The Grove in Hertfordshire has reopened after a three-month closure that has seen the space completely renovated.
The five-star hotel closed the doors to its restaurant in mid-February to invest in creating a new look spearheaded by Martin Hulbert Design , who has been in charge of The Grove’s interior design since the hotel first opened.
The Glasshouse has been completely redesigned, inspired by food-hall style dining.
Executive head chef Stephen Wheeler, who launched the hotel’s restaurant when it opened over 15 years, is back at the helm of the kitchen to relaunch the ‘elevated, contemporary’ restaurant.
He has drawn on his experiences in Asia to produce new dishes, while live cooking stations invite guests to watch chefs prepare their food.
Stephen Wheeler, executive chef at The Grove, commented: “It brings me great pleasure to oversee the relaunch of The Glasshouse, and we couldn’t be more excited to showcase this new, innovative dining experience to guests. We’ve introduced so many new cooking stations and methods, as it was crucial to us that we provide guests with a fantastic range of options at a superior quality. It’s an interactive and fun way of eating.”
Within the newly refurbished The Glasshouse, is also the new The Glasshouse Bar, which sits in its original location, but with a new addition of a glass extension connecting it to the terraces and garden.