Gordon Ramsay’s prestigious Savoy Grill sets the stage for culinary excellence. Since its opening in 1889, where it stood proudly as the first luxury hotel to be lit up by electricity, it’s provided a chic setting in which to enjoy a spot of lunch or dinner. With the likes of Marylin Monroe, Frank Sinatra and Oscar Wilde frequently gracing its doors, it oozes historic glamour and sophistication, boasting Swarovski chandeliers, antique mirrors and opulent mohair velvet coverings. So, if you’re looking for an exquisite food and drink experience with a touch of Hollywood charm, Savoy Grill is a lavish destination, perfect for birthdays, anniversaries or special occasions.
Dining Out at Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill
If you’re a fan of British classics and French cuisine, look no further than Savoy Grill. With Gordon Ramsay at the helm and Ben Waugh heading up the kitchen, an elegant 1920s Art Deco décor interior and a fabulous location in the heart of the West End, it’s the perfect setting for a spot of lunch or dinner. Menus are inspired by its rich culinary heritage and include the likes of succulent steaks, beef wellington and luxurious native rock oysters. For a truly spectacular day out in the capital, pair a three-course dinner and Champagne with a trip to The View from The Shard.
Seven-course Meals for Two at Savoy Grill
Take it to the next level with a seven-course tasting menu at The Savoy. One of the last bastions of old-school dining out, you can feel like an A-lister as you take a seat in the plush dining room beneath the sparkling chandeliers. With this seven-course tasting menu, you’ll get taken on a culinary journey through the restaurant’s most classic dishes, from the iconic beef wellington to the Omelette Arnold Bennett.