Chef Mark Greenaway will open two new restaurants at the Haweswater Hotel in Bampton, Cumbria.
Mark Greenaway at the Haweswater Hotel and Brasserie 37 will both open in January of next year.
The former will be a fine-dining restaurant, offering guests either a tasting or a la carte menu, both underpinned by seasonal and local ingredients.
Dishes on the menu will include BBQ shiitake mushrooms on toast, 11-hour slow roast pork belly and sticky toffee pudding souffle.
The second restaurant, Brasserie Thirty Seven, is named after the year the hotel was completed and will be a more informal offering, serving brasserie-style food and featuring a log fire and an art deco bar.
Greenaway commented: “Being part of such a historic building in the inspirational and magnificent Lake District is a chef’s dream. A stunning local larder of world class ingredients, with a sense of potential and a true home from home feel in a picturesque location.
“Our guests will experience some new and unique dishes in serene and majestic yet snug surroundings. Relaxing and accessible to all, an experience we hope they will wish to return for time and again. Our focus will be on delighting our diners with memories to cherish, a journey with splendid food, drink and hospitality in a friendly and graceful fashion.”
“Being given the opportunity to head up two restaurants within the same building is a great opportunity and offers the guests alternative options for dining within the hotel.”
There are currently two other restaurants in Greenaway’s portfolio, which are Grazing by Mark Greenaway at Edinburgh’s Waldorf Astoria and Pivot British Bar & Bistro in Covent Garden, London.
The Haweswater Hotel Haweswater Hotel is located within the Haweswater nature reserve, a 100 square mile haven for wildlife. The hotel comprises 17 individually designed rooms and an outdoor terrace overlooking the lake.