The combination of Silk's classic courtroom setting and innovative Asian-fusion cuisine, offers a fine-dining experience with unique appeal. The 2009 Michelin-recommended restaurant, which in its former capacity as courtroom no. 1, witnessed the trial of Oscar Wilde is now a destination for more culinary pursuits and features an inspired seasonal menu of exotic pan-Asian flavours from across the ancient Silk Route.
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Courthouse Double Tree by Hilton
19-21 Great Marlborough StreetLondonW1F 7HL
I went here with an old friend of mine. I really liked the decor and the intimacy of the resteraunt. The waiting staff were good at leaving us to chat and were polite at trying to wait until we had stopped gassing! Expensive but worth it, The lamb shanks I had were to die for and they have nice cocktails. I would love to have a romantic meal here with the hubby its perfect and private.more
Was a little unsure about this restaurant after having phoned to confirm my online booking. The response was rather mumbled and abrupt and not particularly welcoming.
We found it a little difficult to find. Once in the hotel, which we found ok, there were no signs to point us in the direction of the restaurant. Having walked into the bar and back out again, only to see a sign hidden behind...more
Michelin-recommended restaurant, Silk, is located at the Courthouse Doubletree by Hilton in what was once the Great Marlborough Street Magistrates Court, which witnessed the trials of Oscar Wilde, Mick Jagger and John Lennon. Today the stars on trial are Silk's fusion dishes inspired by the historic Silk Route of Asia.
The verdict? Awesome, innovative and intriguing. Highlights include...more
Silk was one of the coolest places we have been in London. It is small but incredibly amazing location inside the Doubletree hotel. The lounge outside was an old jail and you can sit and drink the renovated cells. The food was great, the menu was unique and the drinks was excellent. The staff was extremely attentive and its set inside an old courthouse, which is just such a perfect place...more
A friend took me to dinner here recently on a special deal from toptable. The restaurant, housed in a former courtroom, is cozy and warm with only around 20 tables max. We had delicious starters of succulent deer and grilled scallops on artichoke bottoms -- yum, followed by the most delicious salt marsh lamb and a very tasty, tender but not outstanding steak. The service was attentive with...more