New Details on Restaurant at Four Seasons London Park Lane

We're chomping at the bit to see the new Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane, which is due to open at the end of the month. Also opening on January 31 is the hotel's restaurant, bar and lounge—Amaranto, which will offer breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner throughout the day.

Italian-born Adriano Cavagnini has been appointed Executive Chef following his seven year, Michelin-starred tenure at the Eden Hotel in Rome. Cavagnini takes over the kitchen operations at Four Seasons with responsibility for the hotel’s culinary direction and for the creation of the new menu concepts for Amaranto, and for banqueting and private dining. Cavagnini and chef Davide Degiovanni have created a range selection of menus for Amaranto that, we hear, reflect the changing seasons "with a combination of classical and traditional dishes using Italian flavors, British style and tastes from around the world.” (Sounds divine!)

Lunch and dinner a la carte menus include such Italian specialities as sea bass carpaccio with shaved raw artichoke salad and red salmoroglio dressing; aubergine Rrsotto and taleggio fondue, and Modena Extra Vecchio balsamic vinegar; leg of rabbit stuffed with spinach, feta and black olives with cacciatora sauce; and warm Amalfi citrus tart of white chocolate and lime with passion fruit sorbet. Best of all: A seven-course tasting menu pairs each dish with a matching wine chosen by the Amaranto sommelier.

For more information about Amaranto, visit www.fourseasons.com/london.

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