D&D London is pleased to announce the return of Joginder Singh Dham to The Butlers Wharf Chop House. Previously a member of the kitchen team, Joginder left in 2012 to gain experience as Senior Sous Chef at Brasserie Zdel and more recently at The Wolseley.
Joginder’s mission is to maintain the restaurant’s commitment to serving modern, simple and honest food with British cuisine taking centre stage.
Since arriving, he has reintroduced a new Bar & Grill menu, with heart-warming classics such as Cottage pie with winter greens, and juicy rare breed Cumberland sausages served with mash and onion gravy. Highlights from the new restaurant menu include Cider braised rabbit with mustard sauce and buttered carrots, as well as 19th century favourite Steak and kidney pudding, which can be served with poached oysters.
Taking part in all celebrations of British food, starting with Pie Week, Joginder has created a different pie for every day, from Monday 7th -13th March.
With unparalleled views of Tower Bridge and the City, The Butlers Wharf Chop House restaurant uses only the finest, seasonally available ingredients and celebrates small-scale British producers. Adjacent to the main restaurant, the Bar & Grill is the ideal spot for after-work drinks or an informal date overlooking the river.