Widely acclaimed as the finest seafood restaurant in London, the legendary One-O-One offers an exquisite selection of delectable Breton dishes in the stylish surroundings of Knightsbridge. One-O-One was voted 13th Best Restaurant in Great Britain by The Sunday Times' Food List 2015.The menu is a testament to the culinary skill of Executive Chef Pascal Proyart. Focusing on the restaurant's famed seafood, Pascal has also added innovative twists to the cuisine that bring a new dimension to the One-O-One dining experience. A popular highlight of the menu is as the "Terre et Mer" tasting menu, which is created with sustainable produce and takes inspiration from the land and the sea.Whether enjoying a business lunch or an evening meal, the elegant interior and relaxed ambience are sure to impress. Stylish and sophisticated, the dining room features cosy armchairs and banquettes, bathing in natural light from the window-panelled wall.
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Sheraton Park Tower
William StreetLondonSW1X 7RN
Disappointing! Ordered juice+soup+pizza+pasta with chicken. The juice was too watered down. Soup was good after I added salt. The pizza dough was too thick & terrible. The pasta was ok but without a piece of chicken! Do not recommendmore
Delicious experience if you're in the mood for fish. Amazing service and exceptional French food which looks and tastes like art. The set menus are really amazing value as well, as the a la carte prices looked (very) high, although the food is amazing as so I'm sure it's worth it.
We had the tasting menu, and every single dish was a delicious, which doesn't happen often (there is always one...more
One-O-One proved to be a pleasant discovery in Knightsbridge. We dined here after booking the same day during the recent London restaurant festival a set menu with a number of choices 3 courses with tea/coffee and petit fours for £29.50. One-O-One specialises in seafood however there are also meat options on the menu. The restaurant claims to be the best seafood restaurant in London, whilst...more
Went for London Restaurant Festival 3 courses for £30. Incredible value for money at a restaurant of this calibre!.
Wild Scottish scallops and foie gras for the sister and wild Norwegian red king crab ravioli for me. The king crab came poached on a bed of wilted spinach with sauce Americaine and parmesan foam. Although just the one, it was full to the brim with juicy crabby meat;...more
I had written this review six months ago but never got around to posting it. Better late than never I guess!
Came here for lunch. Wild sea bass was small, but very delicious. Desserts ok. Service very lackluster, but it could be because it was lunch time. There were only two other parties in the restaurant other than us, so it was very empty and quiet.
I felt that the surroundings...more