Chef Ryan Cole and his team build on their background of modern, classical cooking in this refined dining house in a national monument.
Expect the unexpected.
Within the walls of The Roundhouse, a heritage building that has assumed many faces over its storied past, guests pass through the central chamber that hosts the muse, a 1.3m Lady Salsify statue, into a luxurious lounge and absorb the contemporary, historically-inspired artworks that fill the interior.
The first dining room, aptly named the “Leather Lounge’, exudes a feeling of comfort and opulence, with floor to ceiling leather-clad panels and an inviting fireplace.
The second dining room, the ‘Sea Room’, boasts spectacular vistas and is where the distinguished legacy of the space is complemented with touches of modern furnishings and crisp white napery that blends seamlessly to evoke a feeling of old world charm.
An opulent culinary journey accented by daring décor and whispers of history- a journey with Salsify is unlike any other.