Luxury Berkshire hotel, Cliveden House, has announced that it is to open a second restaurant – The Astor Grill – this year.
The 38-cover all-day dining restaurant – with a 40-cover terrace – will open in the Duke of Westminster’s former stables, adjacent to the main house, this Spring.
Overseen by Executive Chef, André Garrett, the venue will offer a blend of classic American and British dishes in homage to Cliveden’s diverse owners and residents over the years.
In the same vein, the restaurant’s name references the Astor family, who owned the house from the early 1900s. Then America’s richest citizen, William Waldorf Astor gave the house to his son and daughter-in-law, Nancy Astor, in 1906, whereupon it became a social hub for such key figures as Charlie Chaplin, George Bernard Shaw and Winston Churchill.