Turner opens new restaurant at Copthorne hotel in Slough

15 March 2005 by
Turner opens new restaurant at Copthorne hotel in Slough

Chef Brian Turner has opened his latest restaurant venture in a Copthorne hotel in Berkshire.

The restaurant, called Turner's Grill, opened this week at the Copthorne Slough-Windsor. It is the second operation to be opened by Turner in a Copthorne hotel - the first was at its Millennium hotel in Mayfair in 2003.

Robert Prendergast will be executive chef for the 36-seat restaurant. The menu features British classics with a modern twist, such as potted beef brisket with home-made pickles, soda bread and mustard cress salad (£6.25) for starters. Mains include marinated chump of pork, crackling, char sui and oyster sauce (£16.50) or Scottish rib-eye steak, vegetable rotunda, steak sauce (£17.25). For dessert there's baked egg custard tart (£4.75) and white chocolate trifle (£4.75).

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