Le Méridien Piccadilly opens refurbished terrace grill and gin bar

By Peter Ruddick

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The Le Méridien Piccadilly hotel has opened a new Terrace Grill & Bar after a significant refurbishment
The Le Méridien Piccadilly hotel has opened a new Terrace Grill & Bar after a significant refurbishment
Following a significant refurb, the Le Méridien Piccadilly hotel has relaunched its terrace restaurant as the Terrace Grill & Bar specialising in grilled, modern British meat and seafood alongside a central gin bar.

Formerly known as The Terrace at Le Méridien Piccadilly, the split-level venue has been redesigned to make it a destination restaurant and bar with a modern style and a British theme.

While the gin bar will feature a large selection of British and London-distilled gins alongside a number of international drinks, the kitchen, headed up by Michael Dutnall will cook meat sourced only from within the UK. Mains on the new menu range from Ginger Pig Longhorn beef to grilled native lobster and whole roast Packington chicken.

Oscar del Campo, Le Méridien Piccadilly general manager, said: “I am thrilled that the Terrace Grill & Bar is championing great British produce and traditional cuisine. We are sure that hotel guests and locals alike will appreciate the fantastic combination of a dedicated gin bar with dishes showcasing some of Britain’s finest meat, poultry and seafood served in a setting overlooking one of London’s most iconic thoroughfares."

The Le Méridien brand was acquired by Starwood Hotels & Resorts in 2005.

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