Former Silo head chef to take on Warehouse restaurant at The Conduit club

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Former Silo head chef to take on Warehouse restaurant at The Conduit club

Related tags: Brendan Eades, Silo, The Conduit, Restaurant, Fine dining, Sustainability

Former Silo head chef Brendan Eades is to head up the kitchen at a new restaurant at Covent Garden’s The Conduit club.

Eades will continue the sustainable approach taken at the zero-waste Hackney restaurant at new restaurant Warehouse, which will open on the ground floor of the club in November.

Warehouse, which takes its name from the building’s previous use as a warehouse that served the original Covent Garden fruit and vegetable market, will have 80 covers in total. It will serve a menu focused on seasonality and sustainability using carefully selected suppliers, including day-boat fish suppliers, organic dairy farmers, and those producing ancient grains.

Mixologist Walter Pintus will be in charge of the bar overseeing a ‘hyper-seasonal’ cocktail list using fresh seasonal fruit or syrups, home-made cordials, vinegars and pickles created for out of season periods. 

The 2,000 sq ft ground floor space will have a décor that includes hand-painted tiles, hand-woven curtains and baskets, paved flooring, with reclaimed furniture throughout.

The Conduit club opened last month ​in Covent Garden at 6 Langley Street. As well as Warehouse, the six-floor grade II listed community-focused venue has a private restaurant on the fifth floor as well as the Reading Room.

It was previously located in Mayfair but closed just two years after it was launched.

 

 

 

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