Just moments from Victoria Station, The Grosvenor Arms at The Grosvenor Hotel offers casual dining and modern European cuisine, in an elegant setting.With a warm ambience, the sophisticated interior features soft lighting, dark wood furnishings and rich, decadent fabrics. Created by Executive Chef Robert Prendergast, The Grosvenor Brasserie menu features speciality signature dishes and delicious steaks.Diners may enjoy afternoon tea in the comfortable lounge or an informal lunch or dinner in the welcoming restaurant.Close to London's West End, The Grosvenor Arms has a striking Victorian interior and sumptuous cuisine. Buckingham Palace is within easy walking distance.
Food and DrinkValid from 2 March 2016 to 2 September 2016
2 course menu plus glass of bubbles
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The Brasserie at the Grosvenor Hotel
101 Buckingham Palace RoadLondonSW1W 0SJ
During my stay at the Grovsnor hotel, the Brasserie offered a continental breakfast which was extremely convenient for my schedule. The operation ran very smoothly and the staff was efficient and friendly. However if it wasn't for the pure need to provide sustenance in a very short period of time, I would have seeked food elsewhere.
They offered a diverse breakfast buffet that offered...more
Located inside the Grovsnor hotel, the Brasserie resto, is located near a big train/metro station. We ate here as a deal with the nearby theater (that's currently showing Billy Elliot). We showed up around 6pm, and the restaurant was absolutely empty.
We had a prixe fixe menu to choose from. Overall the food was good, but not outstanding. It is a pretty upscale place, and we felt that we got...more
This restaurant was AWFUL. I left feeling very ill and almost cancelled going to Buckingham Palace. The glaze on the beef short ribs was so gelatin that I could not eat it and sent it back. I then ordered a chicken Caesar salad and that too was bad. They used pre-made chicken slices. After I sent my first dish back the level of customer service diminished. I would never recommend this place.more
I ate at the Brasserie while staying at the Grosvenor. The restaurant was nice but empty on a Saturday night. The staff was friendly and pleasant. The food was OK. I ordered the Fish and Chips (I had to have this meal at least once while in London). The fish was cooked nicely, and the chips were pretty good, too. My only gripe was that it took forever to get the check. The waiter asked twice...more