Isla by Adam Rawson

Former Young British Foodies Chef of the Year, Adam Rawson is working alongside Mission Chinese chef Angela Dimayuga at The Standard London.

Chef of the Year (at the Young British Foodies awards 2015) Adam Rawson, left British-Peruvian restaurant Pachamama and is in charge at the restaurant at the hugely anticpated Standard hotel - working under the creative chef best known for her stint as executive chef at Mission Chinese New York. 

Adam takes up residence of the ground floor of the ten-storey hotel, launching two distinct spaces: Isla and Double Standard - each with entirely separate menus and design created by long-standing Standard collaborator Shawn Hausman.
 
All-day restaurant Isla offers laid-back, elegant dining from a seasonal menu of coastal cuisine - with a predominantly natural wine list. Integrated with the lobby, Isla also gently spills out to the covered garden terrace nestled in a residential area of Kings Cross.  

The former Camden Council building (dubbed 'the Egg Box') features an three-storey roof extension, inspired by the nearby Swiss Cottage Library and house a rooftop bar, restaurant with a terrace and suites alongside 250 bedrooms. 

 

Highlights

Check out also Double Standard - the ground floor's most boisterous space - with a menu inspired by traditional pub classics and NYC dive bar food, the stand alone bar serves craft beers, wine and classic cocktails alongside Adam’s menu running late into the night


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