Gleneagles owner to open Tandoor Chop House

Ennismore to open Tandoor Chop House in London

Ennismore - the owner of the world-famous Gleneagles Hotel - is to launch a new Indian restaurant in London this month.

The company, which also runs The Hoxton Hotel brand, will open Tandoor Chop House in Covent Garden.

Described as a mix of a ‘North Indian communal eatery and a classic British chop house’, the restaurant will serve 'hearty comfort food' including Amritsari Lamb Chops; Onion Bhaji Rings; and a Chai Brulee dessert.

It is the latest addition to Ennismore’s growing restaurant division, which includes Eggbreak in Notting Hill and Breddos Tacos in Clerkenwell.

In October the company appointed Graham Hall, former managing director of CAU, to develop its restaurant portfolio.

Hall told BigHospitality’s sister site MCA: “There are three more brands in the pipeline, including backing some street food purveyors into their first brick and mortar sites.”

Ennismore bought Gleneagles Hotel and resort from drinks company Diageo in 2015, and will launch new budget hotel brand NoCo in 2018.

Tandoor Chop House will open for lunch and dinner seven days a week at 8 Adelaide Street.

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