The iconic Dorchester in London is launching its first ever rooftop dining experience. As the hospitality industry opens in April Dorchester’s rooftop is a strong contender for rooftops to visit in London. Overlooking Hyde Park and London skyline this roof top will be a first in their 90 year history.
Commanding stunning views from the top of the hotel, there is a lot to look forward to this Spring and Summer at the Dorchester rooftop. With live music and a series of al fresco culinary pop-ups led by executive chef Mario Perera and featuring a British summertime menu by Tom Booton and modern and informal French dining by Jean-Philippe Blondet. Featuring dishes such as Iberico pork chop and artichokes; Waterloo cheese wrapped in pastry, honey, truffle, milk rolls; BBQ leeks, ricotta, salsa verde topped with hazelnuts.
It doesn’t just stop at the rooftop, Dorchester have an exciting trip planned for outdoor dining. The famous al fresco hotspot in the forecourt will also be reopening, surrounded by lush greenery it the perfect to enjoy cocktails paired classic Italian bites. Only walk in reservations are available for the Terrace & Garden.
A unique private dining experience will also be available for up to 4 people in the garden globes. Set underneath the famous plane tree in The Spring Garden, the globes have certainly had a makeover for the Spring on the outside. Inside you will find plush cushions and cashmere and merino blankets for chillier London evenings. Indulge in a three-course lunch or dinner in the privacy of your own globe.