The Northall at Corinthia Hotel offers a celebration of British cuisine. Focusing on seasonality and sustainability, the refined menu showcases ingredients sourced from trusted artisanal suppliers, and fine organic wine producers. A breathtaking dining room sees plush burnt orange leather offset by glittering mirrored panels and expansive windows.
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The Northall, Corinthia Hotel London
Corinthia Hotel London 10a Northumberland AvenueLondonWC2N 5AE
They have a cheap fixed price menu which is actually rather good. The surroundings are opulent, the service excellent, the Viognier very reasonably priced and very pleasant indeed
Order the Syllabub on the desert menu, it is one of the best things you will ever put in your mouth.more
The fish and chips was wonderful. Wine list was great, menu was a bit awkward. I struggled with trying to understand what they were trying to accomplish. Beautiful setting. Prices are very high (it is London after all), but there are items that are reasonable.more
This was a delightful surprise - although it looks like it might just be a really expensive restaurant in a touristy area, it was much more than that.
For a fixed price (28 GBP per person) we had a glass (large) of real champagne (Laurent Perrier), and three courses. Starters were good, but the mains (British lamb chops) were superb. The ambiance is extremely attractive, quiet, attentive...more
The service was excellent. I had pea risotto which was average in taste and too much for me to eat which is saying something. Others had the fish of the day which was place. It came out bone in when it had been asked to be filleted. The steaks were very good and the fries and sautéed spinach were excellent. The rhubarb cake was ok for dessert. Not exceptionally flavorful. The espresso was...more
Wonderful beautiful restaurant, if not an expensive one. Please see my review of "Corinthia Hotel London" for the full review. A typical 3 course meal here costs around £100 though they have sunday offer inc a glass of champagne for £35 and a lunchtime offer for £25.
As I mentioned in the other review I'd give this place 4.5 stars as I found it a little expensive (thank god I wasn't...more