London – 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.
An alluring combination of tradition and modernity, each of our 115 Olga Polizzi-designed bedrooms offer unrivalled comfort and style. Our 33 sumptuous London suites are generous and elegant, with muted colours, period features and beautifully appointed bathrooms. Each room and suite comes with complimentary Wi-Fi, Television with interactive entertainment, In-Room Bar, In-Room Safe, robes and slippers.
Beck at Brown’s, freshly redesigned by Olga Polizzi, offers a brand-new casual dining menu of classic Italian dishes, reinvented using the finest seasonal British ingredients, uniting Heinz Beck’s inimitable style with the hotel’s British heritage.
Albemarle Street, Mayfair
|Stuart Johnson, General Manager
|020 7493 6020
Chez Mumtaj is an award winning boutique Fine Dining restaurant set in the historic Romanesque city of St. Albans, Hertfordshire which opened in 2009.
Chez Mumtaj passionately projects itself in showcasing a unique style of haute cuisine in Modern French-Asian dining. The Main restaurant offers elegant and intimate dining. The interior is soothing, luxurious and opulent with meticulous attention given to detail with it’s subtle beige leather banquette wrap-around seating and open kitchen where you can watch the culinary team at work whilst savouring their efforts to delight your taste buds.
Chez Mumtaj is the latest venture from the team behind the hugely successful Mumtaj Tandoori, one of St. Albans most popular and highly acclaimed Indian Restaurant receiving accolades at National and International level.
Owner & Executive Chef Chad Rahman is the man who beat over 4,000 entrants to be crowned International Indian Chef of the Year back in 2003, he has extensive international experience working around the world for multiple major luxury hotel groups developing his understanding of French, Indian, Malaysian, Thai and Mexican cuisine Chad Rahman’s profile.
Two AA Rossetes for culinary excellence - August 2012
Harden’s UK restaurant Guide
Voted Top 10 Best Asian Restaurant 2010-2011 - The Independent
Top Table Gold Award Winner - 2011
Best in South East - 2011 British Curry Awards
Best Newcomer - 2009 British Curry Awards
Food Show Ltd
With over 22 years’ experience we pride ourselves on producing spectacular food, inspire events with impeccable service. From Farm to plate we know the journey of our ingredients.
Food Show are delighted to announce a partnership with Michelin starred chef Jason Atherton, the creative culinary mind behind one of the most celebrated restaurants in London, Pollen Street Social.
The partnership is the result of a shared ethos in both parties’ approach to food and fine dining; prioritising the importance of fresh locally sourced ingredients, culinary flair and inventive dining experiences.
This smaller establishment has been in French hands since the Second World War, when it was the Free French Officers’ Club (veterans still hold reunions there). The wine bar at street level is unmistakably French, is open to the public and serves most of the menu available in the basement dining room.
Here is the unfussy secret of the establishment, being truly French in character, and offering good, plain, French cooking to a very high standard, indeed. jean-Yves Darcel, the chef/proprietor, trained as a charcutier before he became a chef, and accordingly his terrines are not to be missed, as is the dish of Arbroath Smokies, made to their own, secret recipe.
The cheese board is renowned as one of the finest in London, certainly. Thirty French cheeses are offered, every day, all in prime condition, as they are consumed, rapidly. A modest range of traditional desserts is also available.
A table d’hôte meal can cost around £25 (exclusive of wine and service); but the menu and the wine list range much further.
A WORD OF WARNING…..The restaurant is a Members’ Club to which members may, nonetheless, bring guests, who must sign the guest book, as required by law. Jean-Yves may, however, admit as his personal, paying guests, members of the Chaine who can identify themselves as such. Chaine membership cards should therefore be taken and produced on arrival.
Le Cordon Bleu - London
Le Cordon Bleu is a name synonymous with the most comprehensive high quality teaching of French culinary techniques in the education field. Le Cordon Bleu encompasses over 30 international schools in 15 countries (North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia, the Middle East and Europe). For more than a century Le Cordon Bleu has offered a comprehensive programme based on French culinary techniques. Since 1992, Le Cordon Bleu has also offered business certificates and diplomas in restaurant, hotel and tourism management. Among these programs are Bachelors and MBA’s including “on line” courses and a Masters of Arts in Gastronomy.
The President of Cordon Bleu Andre Cointreau is a member of La Chaîne des Rotisseurs’ Conseil d’Honneur and a Chevalier d’Honneur, a title only bestowed upon those who are most prominent and respected in their fields.
The Principal of Le Cordon Bleu Cookery School is Loic Malfait.
Mosimann Collection & Academy
The Mosimann’s Collection now includes Mosimann’s Party Service, their distinctive black and red vans can be seen at the best events throughout London. The Mosimann Academy is based in a converted Victorian School in Battersea and as well as Anton Mosimann’s collection of some 6000 cookery books, there is a demonstration kitchen where a series of cookery classes are held throughout the year.
Anton Mosimann acquired the converted Scottish Presbyterian Church twenty years ago and created an opulent dining club in the heart of London’s Belgravia. In addition to the dining room there are seven private dining rooms of varying size from the smallest Montblanc Room set for just two, to the Mappin & Webb Room in the belfry where fifty can dine in comfort. Mosimann is renowned for his creative and innovative cuisine, a style of cooking that does not use any fat, butter, alcohol or salt, but relies on the natural ingredients for their flavour.
Private Dining and Events Celebrations and Social Events
History recalls that the Oriental Club has always been an ideal place for a party. From the founding Members to the present day.
Relaxed Evening to Grand Event From an impromptu billiards evening to a grand cocktail reception, followed by a fine dinner and dancing, the Oriental Club has the perfect setting for your needs. Your guests will be impressed by the stately exterior and elegant rooms, but soon put at their ease by our warm and attentive staff. The Oriental Club has a longstanding reputation for great entertaining. Talk to our Private Dining Co-ordinator, Valeria Bassi and she will help you create a marvellous function for you and your guests.
Business Meetings and Functions Some business meetings are better held away from the office environment. The Oriental Club offers all the business facilities you need, but in an historic setting where the dignified atmosphere is conducive to negotiations. Hold a business meeting at the Oriental Club and your colleagues and clients will be impressed by the Club and the quality of its food and service, but will soon relax with the Oriental Club’s warm hospitality.
Royal Lancaster London
As one of the few remaining independently owned hotels in the capital, the 18-storey Royal Lancaster London stands proudly on the border of Hyde Park, offering breath-taking views of the famous London skyline.
In 2017, the hotel celebrated 50 happy years by unveiling the results of a stunning £85 million renovation, encompassing the complete refurbishment of all 411 rooms and suites in addition to the public areas, featuring a sweeping white Carrara marble staircase. The new guest rooms have been impeccably designed to combine timeless style, sumptuous comfort and incredible city views, ensuring every stay in London is truly unforgettable.
Royal Lancaster London has two award-winning restaurants onsite: NIPA THAI - serving traditional and authentic Thai cuisine - and ISLAND GRILL, offering modern and locally-sourced British dishes.
In addition, guests can enjoy three beautifully appointed new outlets: Hyde Cafe, Park Lounge Bar and Park Restaurant. The effortlessly stylish Hyde Cafe is perfect for artisan coffee and delicious homemade cakes. The relaxed Park Lounge Bar offers a heart-warming menu full of modern classics. And the beautiful Park Restaurant, with stunning floor to ceiling views of Hyde Park, serves one of London’s most extensive breakfasts and an exquisite Afternoon Tea.
Royal Lancaster London Lancaster Terrace London
|Sally Beck, General Manager
|0207 551 6000
Join Friends of Royal Lancaster membership club to access some exclusive benefits including 10% off the Best Available Rate and 10% off bars and restaurants. Please sign up via Royal Lancaster London website.
The Clink Restaurant at HMP Brixton is a unique a dining experience delivering change, staffed by prisoners working towards City & Guilds NVQs in Food Preparation, Food Service and Customer Service, leading to employment in the UK hospitality industry upon release.The Clink Charity’s sole aim is to reduce reoffending through the training and rehabilitation of prisoners. We work in partnership with HMPS to run various projects within prisons: Clink Restaurants, Clink Events and Clink Gardens. All projects utilise our Five Step Programme to ensure that prisoners receive the support they need, not only while they are in prison, but also after release: Recruit – Train – Support – Employ – Mentor