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Kitchens at London's Dorchester hotel welcomes guests for events

11 April 2014 by
Kitchens at London's Dorchester hotel welcomes guests for events

London's Dorchester hotel is opening up its kitchens to events. Up to 120 guests can hold a party alongside the kitchen pass, with the office of executive chef Henry Brosi doubling up as a DJ booth.

The Kitchen Parties concept has been launched alongside a new look Chef's Table for up to 12 guests, which now features a Baccaret crystal chandelier.

Located in a small room adjacent to the kitchen, a crystal liquid glass wall can be changed from frosted to clear glass at the slick of a switch, while the back wall features a mirror ensuring guests in every seat enjoys a view of the kitchen.

Brosi personally oversees the cooking for every Chef's Table event.

The menu for Kitchen Parties features dishes from both the Dorchester and neighbouring sister hotel, 45 Park Lane. It includes Dublin bay prawns, tender stem broccoli with sauce vierge from Brosi's signature dish for the Chef's Table; Scottish salmon and fresh herb condiment with kristal caviar from Alain Ducasse; a Peking duck station from China Tang and spiced ahi tuna cone with miso from CUT at 45 Park Lane.

Kitchen Parties are priced from £22,500 for 50 guests, while the Chef's Table costs £120 per person for lunch and £150 for dinner plus £250 room hire.

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