Graham Hall, who recently left the Gaucho Group’s casual dining brand Cau as managing director, has been appointed restaurant director at Ennismore.
In his new role, Hall will oversee what is expected to be Ennismore’s expanding restaurant division, which currently comprises Eggbreak in London’s Notting Hill and the Tandoor Chop House, which is due to open in Covent Garden later this year.
The company, which owns the Hoxton hotel brand and Gleneagles in Perthshire, is expected to open further restaurant brands in the future.
Hall spent three years at Cau, initially as operations director before being appointed managing director in 2014. He previously worked at All Star Leisure Group and the Living Room Group.
Founded in 2010 by Sharan Pasricha, Ennismore acquired the original Hoxton hotel in Shoreditch in 2012 for around £65m, and has since opened properties in Holborn, London, and Amsterdam. Further Hoxton hotels are planned for Southwark, London; New York; Paris and Los Angeles.
The company bought iconic the five-red-AA-star, 232-bedroom Gleneagles hotel in July 2015 for around £200m. It is currently overseeing what it describes as a “bold and creative” multi-million pound refurbishment of the property.
Hall will join Ennismore next month.
Latest video from The Caterer