Hilton Park Lane closes Park Brasserie to make way for new restaurant

05 August 2007 by
Hilton Park Lane closes Park Brasserie to make way for new restaurant

London's Hilton Park Lane hotel has closed its Park Brasserie and is transforming the space into a new contemporary restaurant.

The hotel is investing £500,000 in the project, which will see the 11-year-old brasserie be revamped and reopened as Podium at the beginning of September.

Podium will be a 130-cover restaurant serving a modern European menu and offering breakfast as well as à la carte lunch and dinner.

Hilton Park Lane general manager Michael Shepherd said: "Podium will be a stylishly designed restaurant and is intended to appeal not only to those staying at the hotel but also those attracted by our overall range of dining and drinking options.

"Upon completion the restaurant will complement our other destination dining outlets including Trader Vic and Galvin at Windows."

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By Kerstin Kühn

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