A LUXURY restaurant in Yateley has been relaunched under the watchful eye of its Michelin-star chef.
Celebrity restaurateur and chef Marco Pierre White has rebranded his Wheeler’s of St James’s restaurant, at The Casa Hotel, to his nationally renowned Steakhouse Bar & Grill restaurant brand.
Curated by Marco himself, guests can expect signature steaks, timeless English and French classics, and a comprehensive list of premium cocktails, all delivered with Marco’s own unique flair.
The new menu includes a mix of old favourites and modern day delicacies, ranging from Welsh Rarebit and chicken kiev, to baked Camembert and a selection of 28-day aged native breed steaks all sourced from Royal Warrant appointed butcher, Campbell Brothers.
Marco, who was one of the youngest chefs to ever hold three Michelin stars, said: “My restaurants are not stuffy or pretentious; instead they are about enjoying your evening, with excellent food and drink in luxurious, relaxed surroundings and quite simply having a good time.
“That’s the kind of experience that our guests in Yateley can look forward to, with something to suit every taste and budget. I call it affordable glamour and we hope it’s an experience our guests will want to return to again and again.”
Bobby Singh Obhrai, managing director at The Casa Hotel, said: “Marco Pierre White’s restaurant has certainly proved popular amongst
guests over the years but our customer feedback emphasised that guests wanted more traditional home comfort classics.
“The steakhouse brands fits perfectly with this ethos and we’re delighted to be serving a range of British classics to our guests.”