Rhodes Aims For BT Tower Restaurant Job

Dean Nicholas
By Dean Nicholas Last edited 113 months ago
Rhodes Aims For BT Tower Restaurant Job

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In an interview with the Evening Standard, slice-and-dice meister Gary Rhodes tossed his name into the souffle of super-chefs aiming to wield spatulas from on high when and if the BT Tower restaurant re-opens in 2011. Rhodes' reckons he's suited for the job, and his Rhodes Twenty Four restaurant in the Tower 42 (née Natwest tower) proves that he can cut (or at least spread) the mustard at altitude. The chef promises traditional Brit fare if he's give the keys to the Tower's galley, including potentially litigious dishes like spotted dick and faggots. That might please BT, though they'll be less enthralled by the spike-haired show-off's affectation for eponyms when naming his restaurants

Last Updated 18 November 2009