Carousel launches all-new seasonal lunch menu designed by Head Chef and Co-Founder Ollie Templeton
Carousel, the revolving creative hub in Marylebone, has launched an all-new seasonal lunch menu designed by co-founder and head chef Ollie Templeton.
The new, larger menu features crowd-pleasing dishes such as ‘Black Leg Chicken Kiev, Wild Garlic and Chicken Sauce’ as well as a dedicated house-made pasta section featuring the likes of ‘Macaroni, Grilled Calcot and Peasant Crumbs’ and ‘Bucatini, ‘Nduja Butter, Black Mustard and Stracciatella’. Snacks of ‘Cod Skin Chicharrones and Taramasalata’ and ‘Mushroom Crisps’ showcase the various techniques and ingredients that Ollie and his team have been influenced by from the various guest chefs who they welcome in to their kitchen for dinner service each week.
A new ‘Let Us Choose’ option allows guests to try a selection of the restaurant’s favourite dishes from each section, served up family-style for sharing, for a more laid back, leisurely lunch.
Lunch service at Carousel run from 12-3pm and bookings can be made online here, or by calling the restaurant on 020 7487 5564.
Carousel 71 Blandford Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 8AB
T: 02074875564 / www.carousel-london.com
For more information on Carousel or to request press images please contact Tori Slater at Gerber Communications: T: 02030400885
ABOUT CAROUSEL & THE TEMPLETONS
Carousel was opened in 2014 by entrepreneurial cousins Ollie, Ed, Will and Anna Templeton, who have transformed the impressive three-story building on Blandford Street into a hub of creativity. The airy, open plan first floor gallery provides an ideal launch event, exhibition, and workshop space; the 50-cover ground floor restaurant and al fresco courtyard hosts Carousel’s revolving international guest chef series and a weekly-changing lunch menu of seasonal small plates; and the deceptively large downstairs space is the ideal venue for events, parties, pop-ups, screenings and performances. The cousins have recently taken on a gallery space next door to make room for their ever-expanding line-up of experiences.