London's Bathhouse opens new gourmet restaurant

BathhouseVisually startling – a small, ornate Turkish building in the shadows of City steel and glass – the Bathhouse has been open as a bar since May 2009, but now its ‘through-the-looking-glass’ interior has been reworked to include a gourmet restaurant. The whole establishment is infused with Victorian-style opulence, and the menu is similarly inspired by British classics – mouthwatering items from the menu include confit of Middle White pork belly with veal marrow risotto and crackling; organic chicken and chorizo pizza; and Eton mess with summer berries and popping candy. People-watchers will be pleased to note that the clientele is equally ostentatious.

Nicola Di Luzio is an intern at Hg2 luxury city guides.

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Comments (1)

  1. irene says:

    i have read loads about this but have yet to visit the eton mess with summer berries and popping candy sounds fab and completely retro – yum

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