Published on : Tuesday, March 28, 2017
The Royal Mail Hotel that is located in Dunkeld in Scotland is going to get a renovation to its dining space very soon, the one that is already quire famous.
Robin Wickens, the executive chef of the restaurant said that it is quite an awkward set-up and it has not been quite ideal. Currently, the restaurant does not create much of an excitement, as is introduced to guests when one walks into the reception area of the hotel.
Wickens feels that the hotel authorities had always planned to relocate the dining space of the hotel as an off-site restaurant. Wickens, at the Royal Mail Hotel is slated to be opened in the initial part of October. The dining room is about to become home to the casual diners of the hotel. Also, the hotel itself would be undergoing fresh innovations apart from the restaurant of the hotel.
He added that the brand new restaurant off-site would give them a chance to bring in an increased number of people of the cellar inside it.
The wine cellar of the hotel provides shelter to over 27,000 bottles of wine from all across the world that is worth $2.8 million. The guests would have to walk or drive to the new restaurant of this hotel. Nick Bryne of Melbourne-based Bryne Architects has been invited to design the new venue. And, this is the very first restaurant project of the firm.
Wickens said that the elements of the space are all related to the kitchen garden and the surroundings.
This kitchen garden would be one of the largest in the entire Southern Hemisphere. There would be a glass wall that would have views to the Grampians. The other glass wall would divide the dining room and the kitchen space.