M restaurant plans 800 calorie ‘detox diet' menu for January

11 December 2014 by
M restaurant plans 800 calorie ‘detox diet' menu for January

M, the new restaurant venture from former Gaucho managing director Martin Williams, has created a special ‘Detox Diet' menu aimed at diners looking to counteract the effects of over-indulging at Christmas.

Head chef Jarad McCarrol has designed the menus for the M venue, which comprises two restaurants, a wine tasting bar, a cocktail bar, private dining rooms, event spaces and a secret den.

The 100-cover RAW restaurant will offer a three-meal daily diet that totals 800 calories and is made up of a gluten-, wheat- and dairy-free coconut quinoa porridge and RAW juice breakfast; sashimi sampler platter for lunch; and a shitake and kombu gluten-free ramen dinner.

Located on Threadneedle Street in a 15,000 sq ft space, M is the first solo project from Williams, who Gaucho Restaurants earlier this year after almost a decade with the company.

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