The Good Front Room
The Good Front Room - Chef Dom Taylor
The Good Front Room

THE GOOD FRONT ROOM

CLOSING SOON

 

Chef Dom Taylor's pop-up Caribbean restaurant, The Good Front Room will close its doors on 30th April 2024. Book your table now before it's too late!

 

 

The Good Front Room tells a story of beloved childhood memories. Myrtle, Chef Dominic Taylor’s great aunt, lived in a house filled with trinkets and keepsakes, a magical playground to explore as children. One room however was sacred, its entrance prohibited, always immaculately set up to receive ‘a very special guest’ and so, The Good Front Room. 
 

As you dine with us, you are that special guest and we invite you to indulge in the experience of The Good Front Room at the Langham, London.

ABOUT CHEF DOM TAYLOR

Dominic Taylor, professionally known as Chef Dom Taylor, is a South East London based freelance chef with a deep passion and love for Caribbean food. His classical training, industry experience, love of travel and the arts, and sacred family teachings are the backdrop to everything he does. He is on a mission to recreate, modernise, and ignite a new lease of life into Caribbean cookery. 

 

Chef Dom was crowned winner of Channel 4 and Netflix's, Five Star Kitchen, in the grand finale that was judged by The Langham, London's Culinary Director and two-star Michelin Chef, Michel Roux Jr. , thus launching his first ever restaurant, The Good Front Room at Palm Court. 

RESERVATIONS

HOURS

Open daily, 6:30pm to 10pm, until 30th April 2024.

MENU

 

FOOD AND DRINKS

GALLERY

Good Front Room Fritters
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Good Front Room Baby Chicken
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Good Front Room
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Good Front Room Pannacotta
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Good Front Room Pineapple Tart
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Good Front Room Red Snapper
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Good Front Room Roast Cho Cho
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Good Front Room Soft Serve
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Good Front Room Soursop Posset
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KEY INGREDIENTS

PLANTAIN
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PLANTAIN

Unlike its sweeter cousin,  plantains must be cooked before consumed. Hugely versatile. they can be boiled, fried, mashed or grilled and are a great accompaniment to many dishes like Jerk Chicken or a Caribbean-style fried fish . 

Goat
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GOAT

Goat has always been a key source of protein, hugely popular in the culinary offering of the West-Indies. The meat is lean but still full of flavour, and can be cooked in various ways. 

Sugarcane
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SUGARCANE - RUM

Made from fermented sugarcane, Rum's sweet, strong flavour is used to enhance the flavour and depth to a variety of both surf and turf dishes, marinades and sauces. 

SHARE THE JOY

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