Marco Pierre White was the first and youngest British chef to achieve three-Michelin stars. His good looks and devilish behaviour led to the media dubbing him ‘the original rock-star chef.’
However it was his work behind the stove that really grabbed the headlines. As well as winning accolades, he was also responsible for kick-starting the careers of Gordon Ramsay and Heston Blumenthal who trained under him.
Marco has teamed-up with New Road Hotel to launch his first ever Chophouse in London. Mr. White’s English Chophouse gives a nod to tradition and centres on everything that chophouses are famed for: meat and hearty portions.
The Chophouse menu cleverly combines English classics whilst also introducing a little French flair that epitomizes Marco’s cooking style. The menu centres around steaks, grills and chops.