Part of the Gordon Ramsay's group of restaurants - this one having Larry Jayasekara heading the stoves. Expect to be pampered, but take advantage of their lunchtime prices.
Starters on a winter menu such as 'Pressed Foie Gras & Veal with Crispy Sweetbread & Fennel Vanilla Caramel'; 'Fricassée of Langoustine, Dorset Snails, Crispy Chicken Wing & Parsley Cream'; 'Windsor Estate Pheasant Three Ways with Shaved Chestnuts & Cider Consommé' and 'Octopus Carpaccio, Orange & Ginger Salsa with Goujons & Rocket' set the style.
Perhaps to be followed by 'Pan-Fried Fillet of Sea Bass with Baby Artichoke, Brown Shrimps & Lobster Bisque'; 'Best End of Devon Lamb with Sweetbreads, Roasted Butternut Squash & Pine Nuts'; 'Fillet of Casterbridge Beef with Braised Ox Tongue & Ale Sauce' and 'Highland Red-Leg Partridge with Pancetta, Ceps & Chestnuts' amongst the interesting list of mains.
Desserts maintain the high standards with the likes of 'Orange & Vanilla Baked Alaska with Grand Marnier Sauce'; 'Star Anise Crème Brulée, Caramelised Pear & Liquorice' and 'Pistachio Soufflé with Guanaja Chocolate Sorbet' there to tempt you.
Slick & professional service goes without saying.
- Food Style: Modern French
- Lunch: Mon-Sat 12.00-14.30; set L £37.50 (3 courses)
- Dinner: Mon-Sat 18.30-22.30; set D £85 (3 courses); Tasting Menu £105
- Seats: 54
- Wine: an impressive list - especially if you're a lover of Chateau Petrus - has prices that is confined to most lucky peoples expense accounts or very special occasions. Think £40's for any choice and £12,500 for a 1899 Chateur Latour.
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Nearest station: Knightsbridge Underground
- Directions: See the map on this page
- Closed: all Sun, check Christmas openings
- Air conditioned
- Rooms available