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Sensational seasonal dining comes to The Rosewood.

by Laura on October 28, 2015

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London’s hotels are constantly striving to do innovative things in all areas, including the food and drink they offer. At The Rosewood, their recently appointed executive chef is shaking things up in their Mirror Room restaurant.

Armandine Chaignot has worked with Alain Ducasse and has been a judge on the French version of MasterChef. Now she has introduced a new menu to The Rosewood, which aims to deliver a sensory experience to diners.

When the waiters bring meals to the tables, they won’t only be serving the cooked dishes. They will also deliver the raw produce so that diners can smell, touch and even taste it before it’s prepared and cooked.

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The new Woodland menu reflects the flavours of autumn and winter. Dishes feature wild and foraged ingredients, such as chestnuts, quince and wood sorrel. Game features heavily too, including venison, partridge and grouse. The food is inspired by both British and French cuisine, and by “Armandine’s contagious good humour, energy and personality while also respecting the great traditions of French cuisine and skilled craftsmanship”.

The menu’s signature dishes include Scottish grouse carpaccio, smoked salsify and girolle purée; fillet of venison with celeriac and confit quince and sauce poivrade; and maple pecan brittle ice-cream with Lagavulin jelly.

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There are plenty of other foodie delights to enjoy at The Rosewood.

Their slow food market opened earlier this year, where you can shop for artisanal, locally-produced foods. If you’d prefer a sit-down meal, the Holborn Dining Room brasserie has a varied menu, from bar snacks to breakfast. You can also enjoy a slow food brunch in The Living Room. The next one is on November 3rd, with food writer Rosie Birkett. Get tickets here.

A new dining area is in development too. The Terrace will be “an all-year garden dining experience” with seasonal menus on offer.

If you want to take a trip to The Rosewood this week, there’s still time to get tickets to their Halloween event in Scarfes Bar. They’ll be transforming the bar into a haunted library on Saturday the 31st October.

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Photo credits: Rosewood London.

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