This Month in Premier Hospitality 8.6
Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality.
In this month’s issue we catch up with the latest from Shepherd Neame; we check out the new clubhouse at Wentworth Gold Club; and we get the lowdown on Mayfair’s, Ruya.
Kent-based brewer and pub operator Shepherd Neame has completed major refurbishments at three of its sites in the county: The Boathouse, The Market House and The Spitfire. The work has been overseen by Shepherd Neame’s in-house team, alongside local architectural practices Design ID and MKA Architects, and designers Sampson Associates and in this issue we take a look at the results.
Meanwhile, Wentworth Golf Club has opened the doors to its brand new clubhouse following an investment by the club’s owners, Reignwood.The renovation of the 19th century building was completed over an eight month period and was undertaken by rpa:group and Garenne Interiors. The new clubhouse was completed in time for the start of the European Tour’s flagship event and Rolex Series opener, the BMW PGA Championship.
And finally, Ruya, a new Anatolian dining concept, has opened its doors in Mayfair on Upper Grosvenor Street. Following in the footsteps of its sister site in Dubai, Ruya serves Anatolian dishes with contemporary twists. Dishes served include rice stuffed mussels with breadcrumbs and herbs, Clay Pot Lamb Shank with baby onions and homemade red pepper paste and Rangers Valley Day Grain Fed Beef 300g with asparagus and Antep pistachio butter. Designed by Conran and Partners, the 110 cover restaurant comprises a main dining room, an intimate private dining room, a chefs table and lounge bar with capacity for 40. In this issue, Premier Hospitality spoke to Tina Norden, director at Conran and Partners, about working on the project.
With all this and more it’s time to sit back and tuck into another helping of Premier Hospitality.