D&D London, the group of luxury restaurants, bars and hotels that are located predominantly in London has announced that they will be launching a new food initiative for their Chop House chain of restaurants in London. D&D was founded by Des Gunewardena and David Loewi in 2006. Since then the brand has expanded and has venues around London as well as in Paris, New York and Tokyo. The restaurant chain also created and owned The Great Eastern Hotel, until 2006 when it was sold to Hyatt Hotels and was rebranded as the Andaz.
The three restaurants involved in this new launch are the Moorgate’s South Place Chop House, Shad Thames’ Butlers Wharf Chop House, and the Paternoster Chop House which is located next to St Paul’s Cathedral in on Paternoster Row in central London.
The Chop House chain of restaurants have announced that they will be launching a Coast to Coast menu in order to celebrate the summer. Throughout the course of July, the restaurants will offer a limited edition menu that will feature lighter fish and seafood menu. This Coast to Coast menu will be on offer alongside the regular Chop House menu.
In order to ensure the best quality of fish for the Restaurants’ summery menu, the fish will be supplied by Flying Fish. The seafood supplier has won a number of awards and is also known for being a sustainable supplier of fish and seafood.
On the new light summery menu throughout July are Cornish Mussels with smoked bacon and Somerset cider, Scottish hand-dived scallops served with Chop House butter and samphire as well as Grilled Isle of Gingha halibut with tartare hollandaise. There will also be a fish of the day option. The produce has been chosen in order to celebrate british ingredients and will be prepared and cooked in traditional ways.