The executive chef at one of London’s top restaurants has revealed how he made his à la carte lunch and dinner menus gluten and dairy free months ago — and nobody has noticed.
Dominic Teague, from Indigo restaurant in Covent Garden’s One Aldwych hotel, told the Standard that he worked on his new menu over several months after noticing a “massive uptake in guests who wanted gluten and dairy free dishes”.
Mr Teague, formerly of the Lanesborough Hotel and Marco Pierre White’s L’Escargot, added that he had “experienced first hand” how difficult eating out could be for those with dietary requirements as his wife is intolerant to gluten and his mother to dairy.
there has been a massive uptake in guests who wanted gluten and dairy free dishes
The chef launched the menu three months ago, becoming one of the first in the city to have their entire lunch and dinner offerings free from gluten and dairy.
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