Luxury London hotel and members club, The Ned, has launched a new menu within The Dining Room to offer guests and members a fine dining experience.
The members’ restaurant now serves a modern British menu, with executive chef Matteo Nardin utilising produce from independent suppliers from the UK such as Pesky Fish in Old Street, Paxton and Whitfield in Mayfair and Forager in Kent.
Nardin was promoted to the role of executive chef at The Ned in February after two years as executive sous chef. Prior to this he worked at Zafferano Belgravis and Frenchie in Paris.
The 41-cover restaurant serves a regularly-changing menu of small plates, starters, mains and desserts for dinner service from Tuesday to Saturday, with stand-out dishes including Dorset crab with avocado and chilled peach gazpacho, Cornish turbot with Chapel Down beurre blanc and Oscietra caviar and roast Launceston lamb with paprika aioli, confit sand carrot, rose and harissa.
The Dining Room is open to members and hotel residents in Large category rooms up. It is one of ten F&B spots within the hotel, which opened in 2017.
Set behind the Long Bar and next to the Parlour, The Dining Room’s interior comprises velvet club chairs in blues and greens sit against a hand-painted golden de Gournay wallpaper.
The walls have a golden brush plaster finish and a banquet wraps around the room, reupholstered in a teal herringbone fabric.