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Artisan Grill

Novotel London West, One Shortlands, Hammersmith

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Artisan
Wednesday, September 10, 2008


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Artisan re-opens after a soft refurbishment September 2008

Located within The Westbury Hotel on Bond Street, Artisan is the latest creation of designer Alex Kravetz, whose pervious projects include: Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, St Moritz and Associated Newspapers HQ. Crystal chandeliers, parquet flooring, rich oaks and champagne coloured walls create the perfect hue for this art deco restaurant.

The concept of the Artisan restaurant is based on ‘experience’. The meaning of artisan is ‘made from the hand’ with this in mind, the menu, service and ambience has been designed around these words; Artisan and Experience.

The menu is created by Roux Scholar Andrew Jones. With Michelin star experience and instruction from Michel Bras, one of the great talents of world cooking, The Artisan restaurant showcases Jones’ innovative cuisine in visually warm and quietly sensual surroundings.

On the plate, Andrew’s ingredients complement each other while maintaining their own identity. Visually, the first impression is that the dishes are highly complex, but on closer inspection the fabric of the dish is there to see and therefore understand. There is a transparency to Andrew’s work, which comes from his understandable confidence.
Andrew Jones delivers a signature menu, focusing on the best possible ingredients and his unique style of cooking. Start with roasted Dorset diver scallops, garnished with butternut squash and rosehip jelly. Mains include, roast saddle of West Devonshire lamb garnished with plum tomato confied in Vallee des Baux olive oil stuffed with aubergine and basil, balsamic sorrel and basil jus. Finish with deserts such as Heart of Guanaja 80% chocolate fondant with butternut squash and bourbon vanilla ice cream.

The Artisan’s extensive wine list is a veritable catalogue of the new and old worlds, which will delight any oenophile. Our experienced in-house Sommelier is available to advise on the perfect match for each particular dish.

Artisan at the Westbury hosts an elegant private dining room The Regency, adjacent to the restaurant. Here you can experience the height of Mayfair dining within a sumptuous and warm environment.