34 Restaurant

Mimi ON Nov 18, 2011 AT 1:20 pm



By John Gregory-Smith

A new opening by Caprice Holdings is always an exciting prospect and I have to say, I am really looking forward to the launch of 34 later this month. The new restaurant, located just off Grosvenor Square, will serve carefully sourced meat and seasonal game, as well as lighter dishes, fish and shellfish.

The Head Chef, Paul Brown, has created a menu to showcase the custom-made grill, also known as a parrilla, imported from Argentina. The beef served at 34 will play an enormous role in the experience and will include Scottish dry-aged grass-fed, Wagyu, US prime Creekstone Farm, and free-range organic grass-fed beef from the islands on the Parana river in northern Argentina. In addition, lamb from the British Isles (including salt-marsh and Yorkshire Dales), seasonal game and fish from sustainable sources will be served.

Lighter dishes on the extensive menu will break down into four sections: raw, cured meats, salads and starters, which include hand-dived scallops from the Isle of Mull and grouse on toast with wild mushrooms and sour cherries. Steaks will be available in various cuts and weights, accompanied by classic sauces. Slow-braised short ribs, bone marrow, ceps and horseradish will sit alongside Wagyu or buffalo meatballs with spaghetti, Iberico pork chops with smoked white beans, and other dishes on the entrée section. Desserts will include a crispy hazelnut and chocolate crackle bombe and Cox’s Pippin apple pie.


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