SE1's only Michelin-starred restaurant wants to build an extra floor.
The restaurant doesn't offer a traditional menu: an 8-course lunch costs £100 whilst dinner with 10 courses is £145.
Now Tom Sellers has applied to Southwark Council for permission to add an extra floor to the single-storey building to offer a "private dining experience" with its own entrance separate from the main restaurant.
The two private dining rooms will overlook the gardens with their statues of Samuel Bevington and Ernest Bevin.
Architects Boyes Rees say that "the unique architectural aesthetic will be a positive addition to its immediate urban context".
See planning application 19/AP/1527 for details.
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