Fairmont Battery Wharf Adds Restaurant with A-List Chef and Harbor Views
The Fairmont Battery Wharf opened a new restaurant, Sensing, in January, luring visitors and locals alike with a three-Michelin-star chef and pristine harbor views. Chef Guy Martin (Le Grand Vefour in Paris) offers an internationally inspired menu, with dishes including spring pea and lemongrass soup, duck foie gras terrine, monkfish tandoori, and loin of lamb in tomato crust.
The 1,481-square-foot restaurant seats 75 guests and the modern space is done in cool tones and clean lines, accented with green leather banquettes and blond-wood tables and chairs. Black-and-white food photography decorates the walls, and sheer curtains divide the room into more intimate spaces. The bar and chef’s table, lit from above by contemporary pendant lights, are crafted from hand-laid tiger-eye marble, while an alabaster service bar is positioned in between.
In addition to the main dining room, there is also a lounge which, combined with a lobby area dubbed the "living room,” offers an additional 1,583 square feet and seating for 60. Just off the dining room, a 1,000-square-foot waterfront patio, with views of Boston Harbor, the Coast Guard station, and Tobin Bridge, seats 40. Sensing has full audiovisual capabilities.
- Featured Venues/Suppliers: