Henry’s Grill, sustainable restaurant in Esher High Street, was one of the main sponsors of Esher May Fair on Saturday 16 May 12 noon to 4pm on Esher Green
Henry’s Grill (www.henrysgrill.co.uk), the sustainable restaurant in Esher High Street, is one of the main sponsors of Esher May Fair, which took place on Saturday 16 May, from 12 noon to 4pm on Esher Green.
Chefs from Henry’s Grill served delicious dishes at Esher May Fair such as beef burgers, falafel burgers, paella and salads.
Reza Amini, owner, Henry’s Grill, says “I am delighted to be supporting the local Esher community by being one of the main sponsors of Esher May Fair. We look forward to welcoming people to our stand at the event.”
Henry’s Grill, which opened in Esher High Street, last November, was recently awarded a Two Star (out of three) Accreditation Certificate by the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) for its eco-friendly and sustainable initiatives.
Reza Amini, owner, Henry’s Grill, says “It’s important that everyone does what they can to save the planet. I am so pleased to be returning to Esher High Street as it’s where I started my restaurant career many years ago. At Henry’s Grill we use local ingredients and incorporated many sustainable features such as our beautiful bar made from recycled glass.”
Named after Henry VIII, the restaurant features a rotisserie charcoal grill, which gives a delicious flavour to the restaurant’s choice of British and Welsh meats, free range chicken from Windsor and fish and seafood from sustainable sources. Reza says “Charcoal adds flavour to the food rather than just grilling it. We produce a variety of different flavours using the charcoal grill.”
The restaurant supports local charity Shooting Star Chase Children’s Hospice by donating 50p from a starter and 50p from a main course to the charity.
The restaurant’s interior walls are made from reclaimed Surrey timber; tables from recycled wood and recycled glass is used in the bar area. Menus are printed on recycled paper and light fittings are energy-saving LEDs.
The menu at Henry’s Grill is a combination of modern British and Mediterranean dishes, with the focus on the grill offering a range of steaks, burgers and seafood.
It is big brother to sustainable restaurant Henry’s Kitchen in Hampton Court, named after Henry VIII, an all day restaurant serving a wide range of breakfast dishes and a selection of British and world cuisine. This restaurant has also been awarded a Two Star Accreditation Certificate by the Sustainable Restaurant Association.
Henry’s Grill, 48 High Street, Esher, Surrey KT10 9QY, tel: 01372 460603; www.henrysgrill.co.uk; @henrysgrilluk
Henry’s Kitchen, 9 Bridge Road, Hampton Court KT8 9EU, tel: 020 8783 1020 www.henrykitchen.co.uk @henryskitchenuk
About Reza Amini
Reza Amini is a well known restaurateur in Surrey, as he also owns Square Olive, an Italian restaurant, which is opposite Henry’s Kitchen in Bridge Road, Hampton Court. As managing director of El Torito Ltd, he runs several restaurants including Clarence Brasserie in Windsor. He started his career as a civil engineer before entering the restaurant trade.
About The Sustainable Restaurant Association
This is a not-for-profit organisation helping restaurants become more sustainable and diners make more sustainable choices when dining out. For more information, visit www.thesra.org