Celebrity Chef Restaurant, Marcus’, To Open At The Hamilton Princess

Posted by on Mar 30, 2015 in Local News & Alerts | 0 comments

The Hamilton Princess today announces their new signature restaurant to be managed by acclaimed chef Marcus Samuelsson will be named Marcus’. Marcus’ is set to open at the hotel on May 27 and will include some dishes that were featured in last summer’s pop-up restaurant, Samuelsson at HP. 

Marcus’ will offer a vibrant menu hand crafted by Chef Samuelsson to include his signature globally-influenced cuisine, while highlighting local ingredients and flavors. The menu will be executed by Executive Chef Leo Marino, from Samuelsson at HP and Samuelsson’s acclaimed Red Rooster Harlem in New York City.

“I am excited to launch Marcus’ at The Hamilton Princess. Last summer’s pop-up restaurant was well received among both locals and tourists,” says Marcus Samuelsson.  “The Island is an inspiring place to open a restaurant. The fresh, local seafood, quality ingredients and deep-rooted Bermudian culinary traditions all come together naturally to create a rich dining experience. To top it off, the views of the harbour from the new restaurant are spectacular.”

“All Marcus Samuelsson Group restaurants strive to maintain a local authenticity within the community,” explains Nils Noren, vice president of restaurant operations at the Marcus Samuelsson Group.  “When we opened Samuelsson at HP last summer, our culinary staff included students from Bermuda College. The local staff contributed a great deal to the success of the pop up restaurant and we look forward to working with local talent again at Marcus’.”

For more information visit www.marcusbermuda.com. Reservations are recommended; please call (441) 295-3000.

Marcus Samuelssonis the internationally acclaimed, Ethiopian born, Swedish raised chef/owner of Red Rooster Harlem and its sister speakeasy and jazz lounge, Ginny’s Supper Club.  He is the youngest chef to ever receive two three-star ratings from The New York Times, has won multiple James Beard Foundation Awards including Best Chef: New York City, and he was tasked with planning and executing the Obama Administration’s first State Dinner.  A New York Times bestselling author of Yes, Chef, Samuelsson was also crowned champion of television series Top Chef Masters, winning $115,000 for UNICEF, and he won Chopped: All Stars, donating $50,000 to C-CAP.  He has most recently served as a mentor on season two of ABC’s food competition series, The Taste.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>