On November 4, 2020, Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square will welcome back its Chinese and Japanese restaurant, Mei Ume. Guests will once again be able to experience two of the greatest Asian cuisines under one roof, led by Head Chef Tony Truong. Distinguished by its personable service, vibrant menu and lively atmosphere, the restaurant offers an exciting venue for guests to celebrate the beginning of the festive season.
“Mei Ume is the final outlet to reopen its doors at Ten Trinity Square, and the team are buzzing with energy and excitement,” says Restaurant General Manager Stephanie Raimbault. “The passion is overflowing, and we cannot wait to welcome guests back for this next chapter of memory making.”
Upon returning, guests will be able to indulge in Mei Ume’s signature dishes and some exciting new additions that span the spectrum of traditional Chinese and Japanese cuisines with a modern approach. Highlight dishes and beverage programs returning to the menu include:
- Peking duck served with pancakes, cucumber, shredded leek and plum sauce
- Roasted black cod with yuzu soy and karashi kimi
- Spicy tuna with truffle karashi and parmesan flakes
- A unique and exciting wine and sake list curated by Director of Wine Jan Konetzki
- Creative and surprising cocktails crafted by Director of Mixology,\ Harry Nikolaou
Mei Ume will be open on Wednesdays to Fridays for lunch from 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm and dinner from 6:00 to 10:00 pm for the near future. The last seating for dinner service will take place at 8:00 pm.
Prior to its reopening on November 4, the restaurant will debut Mei Ume on Tour, a brand-new series of pop-up events that bring the Mei Ume experience to life across different destinations in the UK.