It’s hard to describe the exact amount and combinations of cuisines that are featured across their new menu with subtle nods to Head Chef Jon de Villa’s Fillipino cuisine with some of the dishes being passed down through the generations and taking influence from Indian, Chinese, Spanish and America. But regardless of where it comes from, the food most definitely speaks for itself.
This month celebrates five years since Bocconcino, the contemporary Italian dining venue opened its doors in the heart of Mayfair, before expanding its portfolio with the infamous upscale and must-visit eatery on Berkeley Street.
With Macmillian Cancer’s Sober October challenge just a few days away, you don’t have to despair and mourn the loss of your favourite bevy.
The award, sponsored by Food & Travel Magazine, was presented to Chef Owner, Tom Brown, by TV host Kate Silverton. Earlier this year, Cornerstone was awarded three coveted rosettes by the AA.
Most loved by guests are Japanese influenced dishes such as blackened miso cod with charred stem broccoli and wasabi mayonnaise but Chef Ashkay’s favourite is his smoked scallops dish. It truly reflects the restaurant’s concept, the harmony and fusion of tastes from every corner of the world, with ingredients from more than 7 different countries!
The concept rests on customers embarking on a 2 hour interactive taste travel to connected countries and places within a Journey of their choice.
On 11 September Norma will open its doors in Fitzrovia, under the leadership of Culinary Director Ben Tish. The restaurant is the first independent restaurant project from the team behind The Stafford London and is inspired by the food and culture of Sicily, with particular emphasis on the Moorish influences of the island’s cuisine.