London City – Restaurants
Members and visitors are encouraged to patronise these restaurants, you will be assured of a good welcome and great food. When you do so, please let the staff know that you are a member of the Chaîne, or if a visitor, that you found them through the Bailliage de Grande Bretagne website.
The professional members of the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs can now be located by using this map-based search engine.
Bleeding Heart Yard the long–established and extremely popular Bleeding Heart Restaurant offers superb French food in historical surroundings. The Restaurant takes its name from the yard where it is located which, according to the history books, was named after a 17th century beauty, Lady Elizabeth Hatton, who was found murdered there.
International restaurant group, Oliver Maki, has launched its UK branch. This is the latest acquisition for the group, adding to an international portfolio of five established, award-winning venues offering contemporary Japanese cuisine.
Centrally located in London’s Soho, the 55 cover restaurant will introduce Londoners to the brand’s award-winning creativity; combining Japanese tradition with global flavours and exciting textures, for contemporary dishes like no other.
The passionate kitchen team led by Executive Head Chef Louis Kenji Huang (formerly Head Sushi Chef at Nobu), work to continually evolve the menu with new flavors, ingredients and techniques: pushing the boundaries with dishes that will surely surprise and delight.
At the Quilon, our philiosophy is simple. Our aim is to convey our passion for South Indian coastal cusine in a way which gives you a perspective on our quest for perfect ingredients, technique, and a deep-seated desire to continue learning and evolving through old traditions and modern tastes. There is a real thirst for home-style Indian cusine outside of India; we know this because we have seen it and felt it. Our ethos demands that we not only satisfy this need, but that we work to ensure that this is done without compromising on the foundation of this cuisine, and the love of food, and feeding others, which drives it. The Quilon’s menu embodies a unique blend of ethnic and progressive dishes. Our restaurant is renowned as the home of traditional home-style South Indian cusine, but we recognise that the most important way that we can convey our love for what we do, is to have fun whilst doing it. We will always experiment with our combination of modern and traditional. There’s no magic recipe, but we know what works. After a visit to The Quilon, we hope that that you feel the same way
Awards include a Michelin Star:: Wine Spectator, Award of Excellence : American Society of Hospitality Sciences, Star Diamond : Good Curry Guide, Best Indian Restaurant in the UK
Rubens at the Palace is the closest hotel to Buckingham Place. Part of the Red Carnation group, the hotel consistently wins best ratings on Trip Advisor for very highly satisfied customers.
When you visit us this year, you will notice something remarkable happening to the exterior of the building. Standing at 350 square metres and with a total of 10,000 herbaceous plants, the striking Living Wall at the Rubens at the Palace boasts a number of unique innovations.
South Lodge Hotel
This magnificent country house in Horsham, West Sussex, is set amongst acres of woodland and parkland. Already one of the finest luxury hotels in England, South Lodge Hotel has enjoyed a stylish investment programme, lifting it to new heights in five-star country house hotel luxury.
THE PASS RESTAURANT - Taking the ‘Chef’s Table’ concept and exquisitely developing it, diners at the Michelin starred Pass Restaurant are closly involved in the kitchen drama! Make your choice of tasting menus bursting with dishes of unique flavour combinations and ingredients before watching the drama and creations of Head Chef, Matt Gillan and his team unfold in front of you. Open Wednesday to Sunday for lunch and dinner.
THE CAMELLIA - The 2 AA Rosetted Camellia Restaurant offers mouth-watering dishes made with skill and flair from Head Chef Steven Edwards and his team. Using fresh vegetables from the hotel’s walled kitchen garden and the finest local Sussex ingredients, the Camellia has its own unique style in creating balanced, contempory interpretations of traditional seasonal dishes. Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner.
TEA FOR TWO AND TWO FOR TEA! - Enjoy the revivial of a truly English tradition as Afternoon Tea is indulgently back in vogue! Home-baked scones and jam, thick clotted cream, sandwiches, pastries and teas with or without a glass of champagne - perfect decadence!
Welcome to Corinthia Hotel London
Perfectly positioned just moments from Trafalgar Square, Westminster and Covent Garden, yet close to Mayfair and The City’s Square Mile, our new flagship provides state-of-the-art facilities in an eminent building dating back to 1885 and the Empire days of Queen Victoria.
Astonishing cultural diversity, illustrious regal history, iconic architecture and the coolest modern art. London is quite simply the undisputed capital of the world.
In April 2011, the heart of this ancient Roman city gained a distinguished new landmark; a graceful and historic luxury hotel that sets new standards in opulence and comfort.
Experience the world in the ultimately cosmopolitan destination. Experience Corinthia Hotel London - Our Undisputed Jewel in the Crown
The spirit of The Don has been an integral part of 20 St. Swithins Lane since 1798 when the young Perthshire Scot George Sandeman took over the site as the cellar for his port sherry and wine company. The black-caped figure of The Don with his flat black sombrero has long been a symbol of excellence in the world of ports and sherries.
Those ports and sherries were shipped to London from Oporto and Jerez on the Iberian Peninsula in their handsome wooden casks, which were lowered down into the basement bottling cellars by the handturned Capital Patent Crane. The Crane, which was at that time considered a remarkable feat of engineering still stands in the shed that is today the entrance to the Don Restaurant and Bistro.
The Don is justly proud of its award-winning wine list of more than 400 wines and champagnes. Its vinous history as a bottling cellar started in 1798 and continued until 1969 and is still reflected in our extensive collection of Ports,Sherries and Madeiras with vintages dating back to 1900.
The tradition of generous hospitality and fine restauration has always run deep at 20 St. Swithins Lane.
The Courtyard, 20 St Swithin Lane
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The Dorchester on London’s Park Lane prides itself in having a style of individuality. The aim is to provide intuitive service in an invitingly comfortable setting with exceptional style. Guests are attracted by the ultimate indulgence and unending glamour of a stay at the Dorchester.
The Five Fields Restaurant
Chef Patron Taylor Bonnyman, working in collaboration with Head Chef Marguerite Keogh, offer elegant and playful modern British cooking with an emphasis on native British artisanal produce. Having worked in some of the finest kitchens in London, New York, and Paris the kitchen brings together its influences to create contemporary, seasonally focused, and ingredient led dishes. The food balances luxurious indulgence with delightfully fresh simplicity.
The Langham London
The sumptuous surroundings of this London luxury hotel will transport you into a world unaffected by the passing of time.
Today, as in its early days, our luxury London hotel continues to place a premium on the perennials of gracious hospitality, while remaining enthusiastic about embracing the best of modern essentials.
1c Portland Place, Regent Street
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