Grazing by Mark Greenaway has a reopening date – and a new menu

Chef Mark Greenaway took to social media to announce when his restaurant will reopen to diners.

Tuesday, 21st July 2020, 4:45 pm
Grazing by Mark Greenaway will reopen in August.

Chef Mark Greenaway announced that Grazing by Mark Greenaway will reopen to diners on 7 August, and a new menu will be served.

Moving away from sharing dishes and casual dining, the restaurant looks set to focus on fine dining – a nod to the popular establishment, Restaurant by Mark Greenaway, which was closed to focus on this new venture.

Posting on this social media, Mark Greenaway said: “Announcement : We are reopening @GrazingByMG on August the 7th.

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“We have made a few alterations to our offering Say farewell to the Casual Dining and sharing dishes and a big HELLO to Fine Dining.”

The restaurant has been shut since the lockdown in March, and during this time Mark spoke to The Scotsman for their food and drink podcast Scran, back in April.

“I’ve spent the last 26 years or so doing 12 hour days locked in a kitchen but now there’s lots of emails and phone calls. It’s very surreal,” Mark said.

On reopening, Mark speculated: “I think, in general, seasonality and local producers will be the focus on menus more than ever after lockdown.

“Now more than ever there will be a focus on local suppliers and I think, when we reopen, there may be smaller menus purely due to the fact it may be hard to get produce due to the amount we will need at that time.”

Speaking at the time of opening Grazing by Mark Greenaway, Mark said it was “too good an opportunity to say no to” thanks to its location, the iconic nature of the building and the fact that the restaurant has its own entrance, making it a separate entity to the hotel.

Initially, Grazing by Mark Greenaway was a move away from the fine dining of his previous restaurant as he wanted something more relaxed.

Bookings for Grazing by Mark Greenaway can be made here.

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