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Thirty Six Now Open in London

Submitted by on November 10, 2011 – 12:14 amNo Comment

THIRTY SIX By Nigel Mendham is a new restaurant in the Mayfair neighborhood of London, England.

The new eatery, located in the heart of London’s West End, at (no surprise) 36 Little St. James Street, places an emphasis on classic contemporary style — modern food inspired by traditional British dishes, including:

Dry aged beef carpaccio, beetroot, horseradish
Scallops, cauliflower, smoked eel, red sorrel
Red Mullet ‘all things nicoise’

Main Courses
Salt marsh lamb sticky ribs, braised shank, caramelised shallot
Highland venison, butternut fondant, osso bucco
Lemon sole, langoustine tortellini, carrot puree, hazelnut crumb

Carrot cake, liquid carrot, iced cream cheese, spiced walnuts
Raspberry vanilla doughnuts, raspberry semifreddo
Apples and brambles crumble, brulée, sorbet

THIRTY SIX By Nigel Mendham also offers an eight-course taster menu for diners looking to experience the range of chef Mendham’s culinary skills. In addition, an array of British cheeses are available, from Waterloo to lesser known, regional cheeses such as Beenleigh Blue from Devon and Blacksticks Silk from Lincolnshire.

The restaurant’s interiors, designed by Shaun Clarkson, create a stylish environment with warm tones of orange, gold and black.

Seating just 36 diners, THIRTY SIX By Nigel Mendham is open for lunch and dinner with four sittings at 12:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., with prices starting at £26 at lunch for two courses. It’s inside the Dukes London hotel.

The restaurant’s name was chosen because of its association with the ‘Solar Square’ of ancient Western tradition, which represents the sun and warmth. The number thirty-six also represents good luck in Chinese astrology.

(Photo courtesy of Dukes London)

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