190 Queens Gate features a unique menu created by dynamic French Chef, Daniel Galmiche.
Classic cuisine with a contemporary twist, Michelin Star chef Daniel draws upon his unique experience and passion to share his love of food at 190 Queens Gate at The Gore Hotel in Kensington. Daniel has created a unique menu showcasing his authentic French cuisine with a British twist and locally sourced ingredients. It's the perfect combination for The Gore.
Fresh ingredients, rustic charm, classical; with a contemporary twist.
These are some of the many qualities that Michelin Star chef, Daniel Galmiche brings to 190 Queens Gate. Daniel draws upon his unique experience and passion to share his love of food and authentic French/Mediterranean cooking and is passionate about using ingredients from local and sustainable sources. He is a regular guest chef on BBC 1’s Saturday Kitchen, and has written a regular column for various publications as well as his first book, The French Brasserie Cookbook, successfully published in September 2011, and now selling in 11 countries in 6 different languages. His latest book, Revolutionary French Cooking was published May 2014.
For more on Daniel Galmiche please visit danielgalmiche.co.uk
A la carte
With many dishes as British as the hotel itself, the a la carte menu at 190 Queen’s Gate captures the imagination with its simplicity and fullness of flavour. The creation of our Michelin Star chef, Daniel Galmiche, there is nothing fussy or extraneous here. The dishes are contemporary classics, prepared and presented in a captivatingly modern way.
Importantly, the ingredients on all our menus are fresh and often organic. Their provenance is always a matter of pride, with many being sourced locally. Our carefully curated wine list includes many old favourites and some rare surprises.
190 Queen’s Gate is perfect accompaniment to concerts, proms and other events at The Royal Albert Hall. You can begin or end your evening here thanks to our set pre- and post-theatre dining menus. You need to order by 10.30 pm.
If you are attending a signature event at The Royal Albert Hall, we strongly recommend you reserve a table. For parties of 8 or more, reservations will need to be guaranteed with a credit card.
Our menu of lighter dishes is equally enticing. Again, the conception is traditional; the execution contemporary. Imagination has been added to the full range of comforting classics, so there is a surprise with every dish: mustard mayonnaise with your brioche burger; a fried egg with your Club sandwich.
For the sociable and adventurous, we also have a small plates menu with some tantalizing options. Think Raw tuna with yuzu and capers. Or Panacotta with chocolate and lavender ganache.