To dine at The Ritz is to experience arguably the very best cuisine available anywhere in the world. Our cooking reflects a new pride in British cuisine and produce. Our ingredients are the finest and freshest available, and of course the service is exemplary. A range of spectacular rooms and a disparate menu makes dining at The Ritz a memorable occasion.
A Covent Garden Institution with a cool, retro style, The Langley is a design classic with menus to match - fantastic wines & cocktails, delicious dinners and afterwork bites. On the site of a former tube station and flower market, The Langley is a hidden classic. Featuring original brick walls, murals, a funky restaurant and spacious booths, The Langley is a hang out for those who value great music and great service.
The Langley features a basement lounge bar and restaurant with a cool, retro style. Funky house and disco tunes provide the backdrop to this groovy late night bar and restaurant, with contrasting bare brickwork and Philip Stark chairs.
Located on the ground floor corner of a Grade II listed Victorian building, Sarastro is behind the Theatre Royal (where Miss Saigon is playing) and is at the junction of Drury Lane and Kemble Street. The unpretentious exterior of the restaurant is marked on two sides by a series of semicircular paned glass windows in which there are numerous domestic knickknacks - dusty books, battered urns and tired lamps with fading lampshades - to give a distinct 'old curiosity shop' appearance
When owner Abel Glandellini and Maitre d'Hotel Mario Gallati joined forces in 1917, their modest cafe soon made friends and gained favour amongst the theatre community and The Ivy was born. Subsequent redevelopments over the years have evolved the dining room as we know it today, a space closely resembling the grand restaurant created by the original duo back in their heyday.
Combining contemporary elegance, an intimate ambience and unparalleled service, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay has the hallmark of true excellence honoured with three Michelin Stars.
Rules Restaurant has been running since 1798. It was opened by Thomas Rule. It is the oldest restaurant in London. On its menu you will find traditional British food. In particular you will find classic game cookery, oysters, pies and puddings. If you are new to the UK this is a great place to experience British cuisine.
For exquisite Summer time al fresco and terrace dining with a view over the Thames there really is no better venue. Currently owned by Harvey Nichols
The Restaurant menu is stylish and creative - top quality ingredients beautifully presented with an innovative twist. Views over the river and St Paul's give the summer terraces an exceptional viewpoint. The perfect place to enjoy al fresco dining.
The prix fixe three course lunch changes with the seasons, and the evening a la Carte never fails to impress. With a first class wine list of over 800 wines from around the world the OXO Tower Sommelier team are on hand to assist you. The Restaurant also offers a superb vegetarian/vegan menu and an accompanyimg vegan winelist.