Head chef Michael Carr of refined-dining Fenchurch on level 37 of Sky Garden in London, at only 29 years old, brings over 14 years of culinary excellence gleaned in some of London and Yorkshire’s best Michelin-starred restaurants with him to the destination restaurant.
Showcasing his gastronomic flair, the former Great British Menu contestant’s new menu brings beautiful, clean, fresh, and experimental dishes with explosive flavour combinations to the table, keeping in line with Fenchurch’s ethos of delivering contemporary modern British dishes driven by flavour and seasonal ingredients.
Michael has a wealth of experience in fine dining with a focus on modern British dishes. He joins from the then Michelin-starred The Box Tree in North Yorkshire where he served as head chef and manager. Prior to The Box Tree, Michael spent a number of years as proprietor and head chef of Restaurant92 in Harrogate and has also worked at Gordon Ramsay Group and Northcote Manor.
He was part of the team that gained a Michelin-star at Driftwood Hotel in Cornwall; and has also worked alongside Alyn Williams at The Westbury supporting the achievement and maintenance of the restaurant’s Michelin-star.