In June, new Anatolian restaurant Rüya at Grosvenor House Hotel on Upper Grosvenor Street will open its doors for the first time. The restaurant will offer a range of contemporary dishes from the Anatolian region which stretches from the Mediterranean to the Black Sea.
Chef Colin Clague, formerly of Puma and Caprice Holdings, will be serving classic dishes from the region with a contemporary twist, including 24 hour slow cooked short rib with Turkish chilli BBQ glaze and spiced Konya chickpea puree; marinated & grilled octopus with black eyed beans and apple vinaigrette; and Two cheese pide from the Black Sea with slow cooked egg.
Oh, and Rüya means ‘dream’ in Turkish… We really hope it lives up to its name!
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Image: Courtesy of Rüya / Bacchus PR