Martha Ortiz, Chef Patron of Mexico City's award-winning Dulce Patria, heralded as one of Latin America's most exciting restaurants, states ‘we will deliver the beauty, vibrancy, and spirit of Mexico to London in a total experience of the senses.'
Martha's philosophy will be brought to life by David Collins Studio, the global interior architecture practice led by Creative Director Simon Rawlings. The restaurant will feature references to Mexican design and culture.
Located at No. 1 Park Lane, the restaurant will have one of London's most prestigious addresses. Its exclusive entrance will be positioned where Mayfair, Knightsbridge, Hyde Park, and Piccadilly all converge.
Martha's new restaurant will join Theo Randall at the InterContinental, bringing two renowned Chefs under one roof and creating one of London's most sought-after culinary destinations.
Martha Ortiz is a Chef and cookbook author who is celebrated for her creative cuisine and historical research into Mexican food traditions. She is recognized for resurrecting Mexican culinary traditions and reinvigorating them with modern twists. Martha shows off her country's gastronomy with depth of flavors that encapsulate Mexico's spirit and sense of identity.
She has penned eight cookbooks on regional cuisine and distinguished herself as a food writer and a leading chronicler of her country's gastronomic history. Her restaurant in Mexico City, Dulce Patria, is consistently recognized as one of the top restaurants in Latin America. She is also a regular on broadcast throughout The Americas, including Top Chef México.
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