Offering British fine dining in the world-famous hotel, The Grill at The Dorchester has relaunched after an exciting makeover.
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Food and DrinkValid from 31 December 2015 to 30 November 2016
Our set menu Sunday Roast is carved to order from the rotisserie and served with Yorkshire pudding and generous portions of roast potatoes and seasonal vegetables. Enjoy with a complimentary glass of champagne. Subject to availability
Venue Details & Map
The Grill at The Dorchester
53 Park LaneLondonW1K 1QA
- Public transport:
- Tube: Hyde Park Corner
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Catering Facilities
- Set price menu
- Theatre menu
Came here for breakfast on Sunday. Told I could order alacarte or buffet style here but only alacarte at the promenade next to the grill. Sit and order tea. Waiter says can't order alacarte and is annoyed I asked it looks like. I get two eggs cooked the wrong way and was not offered toast etc nor was checked on during my meal, despite waiter checking on others. The room was appealing and tea...more
Great location situated inside the Dorchester Hotel. Really swanky place with lots of history in London. Overall service was great - no one had a stiff upper British lip. There were lots of staff for our table of 6 people. Our wine and waters were refilled frequently. They were very attentive and professional.
The food was amazing. Definitely recommend the tasting menu. The braised short...more
Loved everything about this dining experience...especially with the £39 3 course dinner w/Champagne on arrival.
The ambiance was lovely. Interior was classy chic and cozy. Didn't feel pretentious. The staff was friendly and attentive as well.
The braised short rib was delic- I recommend this for your main. The sorbets for dessert was excellent as well, in particular mango/passion fruit and...more
This is an iconic venue, and retains its character despite the very thorough refurbishment completed a year ago: gone are the yellow walls and strong tartan motifs, and in its place are acres of marble, polished copper and zinc panels, creamy leather and a huge murano glass chandelier. Even if it is not as distinctive (and the décor always was something of an acquired taste) it is still a...more