Tom Kitchin, of Edinburgh’s Michelin-starred restaurant The Kitchin, has been titled Harrod’s new Chef of the Season. As Scotland’s youngest Michelin-starred chef proprietor, he will be showcasing his ‘from nature to plate’ philosophy of food in The Conservatory at The Georgian. For this week only until Sunday the 20th November, The Conservatory will be transformed into the chef’s first dedicated pop-up restaurant in London.
To show Tom’s love of creating seasonal dishes, the eatery, Kitchin at Harrods, celebrates the best of Scottish produce. Tom’s cooking will reflect his extensive education as a chef, working under Michelin-star holders such as, Pierre Koffmann, Guy Savoy and Alain Ducasse. As a result of this, Tom’s dishes showcase a modern British cuisine influenced by classical French techniques.
We were lucky enough to enjoy lunch there yesterday. The three-course lunch menu is priced set at £55 per person and we have included some highlights below:
Terrine of game from the Scottish borders served with celeriac, orange and rhubarb.
Hand-dived Orkney scallops baked in the shell served with a white wine, vermouth and herb sauce (an Instagram favourite).
Roasted loin of roe deer from the Scottish boarders served with root vegetable mash, apple and a juniper berry sauce.
Coffee and chocolate mousse served with Isle of Skye yer Ben beer ice cream.
Booking is essential and very limited for this dining experience set in The Conservatory, The Georgian, Fourth Floor at Harrods. To receive booking information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively call the reservations team on +44 (0)20 7225 6800.