Gary Klaner's redesigned kitchen at the centre of the grand surroundings of the Landmark London offers a smoother way of catering for the hotel's many dining options, from breakfast to afternoon tea, as well as the cooler environment of induction. Lisa Jenkins reports
The kitchen of executive chef Gary Klaner, located on the ground floor of the Landmark London, could be considered the heart of the hotel. The building dates back to 1899 when, according to the hotel's history books, rooms cost a mere three-and-sixpence a night (roughly £14 today).
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