Tyburn Kitchen

The Tyburn stone, located near the entrance of the hotel, was a sign for many travellers entering London that they have arrived at their destination; throughout time Tyburn was considered the main entrance point to London from the north. Over the centuries Edgware Road was known as Watling Street, a key Roman road, connecting London to the rest of the country, from Dover to Wroxeter and the many cities in between.

Tyburn Kitchen is built on a heritage of taking in the best of seasonal produce from all regions across this historical route to London, and creating a distinctive food and drink offer in this bustling modern city.

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Tyburn Kitchen
Tyburn Kitchen
Tyburn Kitchen