An ambitious return from the award-winning chef, who made his name and stellar reputation at 108 Garage - mainly for his modern and inventive fare. Having previously worked alongside the likes of John Campbell, Eric Chavot and David Thompson in Bangkok and Enrico Crippa at the 3 Michelin starred Piazza Duomo in Italy, Denney has an impressive pedigree.
Expect the food to be bold and complex, elegant and refined - reflecting a unique seasonal fusion of textures and tastes, influences and artistry, which attracted a devoted following and acclaim at 108 Garage. Fiend, which takes over from Santo on Portobello Road, will offer both an a la carte menu and a six-course set tasting menu.
Raw scallops with apple, lovage, horseradish, goat’s yoghurt; bulgogi sweet bread with kefir cabbage and green onion, octopus, coco beans, oregano, aleppo pepper and a wagyu short rib with smoked tomato and Colston Bassett stilton.
Corsica, a blend of Tanqueray No. 10, Lillet Blanc, Pampelle with a grapefruit twist, a Garibaldi made with Campari, orange, lime, passion fruit and mandarin soda and Monte Carlo, made of Knobs Creek Bourbon, Benedictine and angostura bitters.