Mid-November will see Tom Booton, the new head chef at The Grill at The Dorchester, unveil his fresh approach to dining at the luxury London hotel.
26-year-old Booton, who joined The Dorchester in July, was the youngest head chef in the restaurant’s 88-year history and marked the ‘next chapter’ for The Grill at The Dorchester in championing fresh talent.
Booton joined from his role as head chef Michelin-starred Alyn Williams at The Westbury, and has also worked at leading restaurants including Le Talbooth, L’Autre Pied and Dabbous.
Now it’s been revealed that he will unveil a new relaxed dining experience at the Grill, with new menus and interiors set to relaunch on November 12.
Booton be heading up a team of youthful and talented kitchen staff with Adam Nevin joining Tom as sous chef.
The most prominent interior change will be a statement ‘Pudding Bar’, which aims to add an element of theatre to the dining experience, as guests are invited to dine at a ‘chef’s table’ for their final course, where they can watch the pastry chefs in action.