Food & Drink represents an important piece of the brand experience we bring to our guests. We have evolved Food & Drink from just a functional need to a multi-sensory approach that influences great experiences. We care about how things look in our restaurants and bars, and consider scent, music, lighting and design to convey a feeling of care and comfort. Inspired by today’s lifestyles, each property offers distinctive choices ranging from intimate setting to social, multi-use spaces. We adapt our Food & Drink to fit each property and bring in local culture and ingredients for authentic and memorable experiences.
Perfectly simple. Simply perfect. The buzzwords of a fresh and vibrant grill and bar with no pretensions. A menu that’s instantly recognizable with a design moving in the same direction –bar and grill counter, concrete flooring and exposed brick, chalkboards as part of artwork, variable seating, booths, banquettes and club tables and splashes of color.
Bocca Buona is unashamedly Italian and simplistic in approach. It celebrates the Italian way of living and brings a warm, crowdy and noisy ambience of the Italian street and a lively bustle into the restaurant. Bocca Buona style is relaxed and informal in a casual, fun, unexpected, humorous and stylish way.
Bavarian heritage, authentic Munich design with layers of the now present an instantly recognisable bräuhaus with copper brewing decoration, variable spaces and an emphasis on beer, big food, music, dance and fun in true Bavarian style.
Paulaner comes as a Bräuhaus or a Wirtshaus without on-site micro-brewery serving beer imported from Paulaner or brewed at a nearby Bräuhaus.
Friendly, informal and unpretentiously Italian. The atmosphere of Filini is a noisy buzz with memorable Mediterranean overtones. Pizza oven, deli stage, communal table, booth seating and organic materials. Simply cooked Italian food, based on carefully chosen ingredients.
Born in the heart of Minnesota, our modern, yet classic, FireLake Grill House and Cocktail Bar offers the best of the Midwest’s great food and drink heritage: open-flame cooking and deliciously creative mixology. The décor features rough weathered timber, white tile and copper combined with herringbone and mosaic tile, classic leather upholstery and chain-linked drapery. Flame-kissed, carefully selected local and artisan produce give indigenous flavors with a simplicity of preparation.
Our Larder & Lounge offer a consistent selection of great quality food, drink, design and service – with a large degree of flexibility. So both reflect a highly individual sense of place, while delighting with Radisson Blu’s renowned and stylish sophistication - plus our unique Yes I Can! service ethic.
Verres en Vers is our respectful, thoughtful, exciting and modern interpretation of a traditional French brasserie, complete with dark timber, floral wall coverings, mosaic floor tiles, leather-clad booths and banquettes, directional lighting, wine cabinet and chunky candles for light effects and aroma. Enjoy wine, often in magnum and beer at its roots. Seasonal, ‘just-in’ plats du jour, Sunday brunch and fruits de mer on show along with oils,breads and cheese.
Developed by Michelin-star chef Yves Mattagne, a contemporary and refined take on traditional cuisine from Japan, China, Vietnam, Korea and Thailand combined in the theatre of sharing ‘tapas’, the robatagrill and steam jets. The Asian interior and design features are based on intimate seating, show cooking, the tea library, calligraphy, symbolism and ‘tattoo’ imprints.
A contemporary local bar – born in the fair city of Dublin – with all the warmth and friendliness of traditional Irish hospitality in a stylish setting with dark timber, deep red and brown leather banquettes and booths, communal tables and a natural-stone open fire. There’s an understanding of service, of the importance produce… an understanding of food, design, music, art, literature, conversation, history and heritage.
Inspired by Peter Blake's 'about collage' exhibition presenting journeys, both real and imagined, which reveal his fascination with the surreal and comedic opportunities presented by the use of collage. Collage, the brasserie, is synonymous with Blake’s works: quintessentially British, iconoclastic and full of humor.
The OUIBar+ KTCHN is the food, drink and social hub. The menus are created from local, seasonal products so guests can experience the taste of the city.
26 North Restaurant & Social Club, inspired by the food from the farms, fjords and forests of Norway – who said the F-word is a bad thing.
Unashamedly local, born in Norway’s food capital of Stavanger and rolling south. Boards and plates for sharing, we take this social thing seriously – great food in a very casual setting, in a very Viking way.