Renowned for its delightfully authentic Indian and Pan-Asian dishes, the group operates 12 eating establishments across the globe. The culinary experts at Fine Art of Dining will be on hand to help take the London branch to the next level, advising on service, ingredients, presentation and the development of a flavoursome Christmas menu. The gastronomic gurus lent its expertise to the well-known Pakistani restaurant chain when it threw open the doors of its central London restaurant last year. As Salt and Pepper’s first UK restaurant, company managers were determined to enlist expert help in order to ensure that the West End branch blew patrons away with its legendary grills, barbecues, fresh seafood dishes, curries and cocktails. In the wake of the grand opening’s huge success, Salt and Pepper has once again called on the Fine Art of Dining team to freshen up the menu, modernise its presentation and ultimately create an unrivalled dining experience for locals and tourists alike.
A spokesperson for Salt and Pepper said, “We are incredibly excited to be working with Fine Art of Dining once again. We have enjoyed huge success since our grand opening in 2013 and are committed to continually delighting our customers with exciting new ideas. From refined service to inspirational new menu additions, our customers can expect to see some fantastic new changes to our Leicester Square branch over the next few months.”
A heavy focus will be placed on improving the quality of service and ensuring that Salt and Pepper offers its patrons the finest hospitality the capital has to offer. Fine Art of Dining will also shine the spotlight on the all important factors of taste and presentation. Ingredients will be scrutinised, recipes will be refined and presentation will be engineered to impress.
The combined efforts of the two parties will culminate in the creation of a mouth-watering Christmas menu packed full of traditional seasonal delights with a contemporary Asian twist. Combining Salt and Pepper’s 30 years of restaurant experience with Fine Art of Dining’s unrivalled professional expertise, the partnership is set to be a huge success.
A spokesperson for Fine Art of Dining said, “It’s great that our clients keep coming back to us again and again, to make sure they constantly offer the best food service. The new Christmas menu at Salt and Pepper is going to be exceptionally flavoursome, and we are also going to mix things up by serving food and drinks in a fresh, modern way.”
Salt and Pepper London is located at Orange Square, Leicester Square, London, WC2H 7HQ. Patrons can dine in the comfort of the restaurant’s light-filled contemporary dining room and terrace or take advantage of the 20% discount for takeaway orders.
To find out more about Salt and Pepper London, visit: www.saltnpepperuk.com To find out more about The Fine Art of Dining, visit: www.fineartofdining.co.uk