John Burton-Race to open Notting Hill restaurant

08 April 2014 by
John Burton-Race to open Notting Hill restaurant

Chef John Burton-Race has announced plans to open restaurant in Notting Hill next month.

The new restaurant will be called the New Angel after the restaurant in Dartmouth that he originally opened in 2004.

The 54-cover restaurant on Chepstow Place will offer a seasonal European menu, with a French-led wine list.

Burton-Race has brought in his long-time colleague Stephen Humphries, formerly of Sanctum on the Green and Le Gavroche, to be head chef.

He said: "The restaurant scene in London just gets better and better, and I am thrilled to be returning to the capital at such an exciting time. With The New Angel Notting Hill, we are hoping to create a venue which is both a destination, and a neighbourhood restaurant, serving simple yet creative dishes made with beautiful British ingredients."

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