Wyndham Chelsea Harbour introduces guest chef programme

22 October 2010 by
Wyndham Chelsea Harbour introduces guest chef programme

US hotel brand Wyndham is to introduce a guest chef programme at its luxury Chelsea Harbour property in a first for the global brand.

Wyndham has relaunched the Aquasia restaurant at its London hotel as Restaurant TwentyTen, with head chef Will Colmenares overseeing a seasonal menu containing locally sourced ingredients, with full à la carte and tasting menu options on offer.

Next year TwentyTen will evolve to become TwentyEleven with a series of as yet unnamed US chefs taking over the restaurant for three to four months at a time, probably with mild cosmetic changes to the site and menus drawing on North America's diverse food culture.

Michael Schafer, general manager of the Wyndham Grand London Chelsea Harbour, said: "We're really excited abut the launch of Restaurant TwentyTen at the Wyndham Grand."

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By Chris Druce

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