Fortnum & Mason to open 45 Jermyn St restaurant

01 September 2015 by
Fortnum & Mason to open 45 Jermyn St restaurant

Fortnum & Mason is to open a new restaurant on the site of what was the Fountain on London's Jermyn Street.

The new restaurant will be called 45 Jermyn St and promises "old school glamour" and "understated sophistication" when it opens in October.

Open from 7am to midnight every day, the restaurant's menu will reflect modern London cuisine.

Typical breakfast dishes will include baked eggs in avocado with Virgin Mary sauce or buttermilk pancakes with autumnal fruits and Greek yoghurt.

Lunch will feature creations such as pan-fried sea bass with ravioli and Isle of Barra cockles or Dover sole ‘of the day'. The dinner menu is full of dishes that have stood the test of time, like eggs Drumkilbo and lamb cutlets Reform, together with more innovative dishes, such as spaetzle with Dorset lobster and sea aster or vegetable carpaccio with tarragon salsa verde.

The restaurant has 113 covers and has been designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio.

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