Art’otel Hoxton reveals details of ground floor restaurant

By James McAllister

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Art’otel Hoxton reveals details of ground floor restaurant

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The soon-to-launch Art’otel Hoxton hotel in London has unveiled details of its ground floor restaurant, which is set to open in May.

The Brush Grand Café will take inspiration from the grand cafés of Vienna and Paris and feature a curved, glass-walled dining room that’s able to hold up to 70 covers.

Ryan Matheson, who was previously executive chef at Sea Containers London, will lead the kitchen and serve a menu of ‘simple yet refined’ European dishes.

Smaller plates will include beef tartare; and a ‘signature’ tarte flambée with gruyere, onions, lardons and thyme.

Larger dishes will include whole grilled sea bass with sea herbs and beurre noisette; whole roast chicken cooked on a Josper grill with garlic and red onion jus; and roast hispi cabbage with pickled shallots, almonds and oat jalapenos mayonnaise.

Alongside the restaurant, there will also be The Brush Lounge & Cocktail Bar on the hotel’s first floor, which will serve a selection of drinks and snacks.

The cocktail list, developed by group bars manager Alessandro Mannello, will include the ‘50 Shades of Champagne’, a short sip cocktail that mixes vodka, Cointreau and Champagne; and the ‘Lee-LAY’ featuring a rosé reduction, peach, Lillet, apricot and white grape soda.

The Brush Grand Café is one of two restaurant spaces set to launch within the Art’otel Hoxton hotel, which will officially open its doors next month on 24 April.

The other is an as-yet-unnamed restaurant on the hotel’s 25th floor, details of which are expected to be revealed in the coming weeks.

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