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Anglo chef Mark Jarvis brings 1771 to Belgravia

Anglo chef Mark Jarvis brings 1771 to Belgravia

The man behind Anglo, Mark Jarvis, is getting ready to open his next restaurant, 1771 - taking over the space from Liv (which also had a menu by Jarvis). In its new guise, the menu aims to offer "refined, creative cooking using carefully grown locally sourced produce".

A single tasting menu will be available, much like Anglo and will kick off with:

  • Cured trout and potato souffle in a parsley emulsion
  • Oak-grilled langoustine in a shell emulsion served with white soy
  • Poached halibut with mustard greens and charcoal
  • Caramelised sourdough parfait
  • Apple cake served alongside parsley root ice cream.

There will also be his signature cheese and onion malt loaf too - couldn't miss that off.

There's also a sharing menu with dishes including scallops barbecued in their shell served with seaweed butter or a whole truffle-roasted chicken and wood-fired jacket potato with cultured cream and caviar. And as for wines, expect a focus on Burgundy.

If you've been to Liv, expect an overhaul of the design too, with a "sacramento green" colour and a natural seagrass flooring bringing a whole new vibe to the restaurant. On top of that (or more accurately underneath), there's also a bar that has been decked out with Pop Art artwork - even down to an original Andy Warhol. 

Anglo chef Mark Jarvis brings 1771 to Belgravia

 

More about 1771

Where is it? 18-22 Holbein Place, Belgravia, London SW1W 8NL

When does it open? 14 October 2021

Launch offer: 50% off food 14-21 October.

Find out more: Visit their website or follow them on Instagram @1771restaurant.

 

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