Corinthia Hotel London Partners With Michelin-Starred Chef Tom Kerridge

Corinthia Hotel London has announced that the renowned British Michelin-starred Chef Tom Kerridge will open a new restaurant at the hotel later this year—his first in the city. The restaurant will be a relaxed, British brasserie-style dining room, located on the site that is currently Massimo Restaurant & Bar. David Collins Studio will update the interior. 

Tom Kerridge

Kerridge’s career started with the opening of The Hand and Flowers, in partnership with Greene King in 2005. In 2011, The Hand and Flowers was the first pub to receive two stars in the Michelin Guide (which it still maintains), and, in 2014, The Coach opened, receiving a Michelin star in 2017. Tom has also recently been awarded the “Catey Chef Award 2017.”

Kerridge has appeared on several television programs including: Great British Food Revival, Tom Kerridge’s Proper Pub Food, Tom Kerridge’s Best Ever Dishes, Saturday Kitchen, Spring Kitchen, and Food and Drink. He is also the author of five best-selling cookbooks: Proper Pub Food, Best Ever Dishes, Tom’s Table, Tom Kerridge’s Dopamine Diet, and Lose Weight For Good.  

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Further information about the new restaurant will be available from spring 2018.

Corinthia Hotel London itself has 283 rooms, including 51 suites and seven penthouses. The hotel is also home to the flagship ESPA Life at Corinthia, with a hair salon by Daniel Galvin.

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