The opening marks a return to the area for Atherton, who rose to prominence with Maze on Grosvenor Square - which now houses his former mentor Gordon Ramsay’s ‘Asian eating house,’ Lucky Cat. Head Chef at The Betterment is Paul Walsh, previously at the Michelin-starred City Social.
Expect a seasonally driven menu featuring wood-fired fish and meats, fresh seafood, signature salads and plant-based plates. At the heart of the restaurant is a dramatic and rustic open grill, bringing the kitchen into the dining room. Dishes are roasted over the embers and designed to share, including the likes of roast chicken, trompettes with Albufera sauce and native lobster with a white port bisque.
Overseen by Head Sommelier Stefan Kobald, the wine list comprises over 800 bins celebrating the best wine makers from around the world whilst championing new producers and small wine makers.
Brasserie-style dining, dining al fresco, hotel dining
Request a table on the terrace, perfect for al fresco dining and drinking all year round.
Roast chicken with trompettes with Albufera sauce; native lobster with a white port bisque; ox cheek tortellini with horseradish velouté and line caught sea bass with Fowey oyster and cucumber.
The Orange American, served in a Toby jug modelled on the President Trump and topped with a comb-over of candy floss.