Chef Ian Pengelley resurfaces with new venture Gilgamesh

21 April 2006
Chef Ian Pengelley resurfaces with new venture Gilgamesh

Chef Ian Pengelley is bringing his acclaimed Pan-Asian cuisine to Camden in North London when he opens his new venture, Gilgamesh, on 1 June.

Pengelley will serve as head chef in the 260-seat main restaurant which has an open kitchen and an al fresco ambience thanks to the 40ft high ceiling with retractable roof and floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

Pengelley came to fame at Notting Hill's E&O restaurant and at Pengelley's in the Jumeirah Carlton Tower hotel in Knightsbridge.

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By Angela Frewin

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