One of the most exciting restaurant launches in The Savoy's illustrious 125-year history, Kaspar's Seafood Bar and Grill has panoramic views of the River Thames and London landmarks. Offering an informal yet luxury dining experience in an elegant 1920s style, you'll envisage The Savoy's rich and glamorous past, while enjoying Kaspar's sublime seafood specialities.
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Kaspar's Seafood Bar and Grill
The Savoy StrandLondonWC2R 0EU
The Savoy is one of London's iconic hotel/resturant venue. The Kaspar's Seafood Bar & Grill sits inside this iconic venue. In order to get to it you have to walk through the grand and opulent gazebo area,which is a good place to have a drink and people watch.
If it gets busy and your just a couple you might find yourself seated at the bar area, that might be ok but I'm not sure I would want...more
Wonderful. I had the Parma Ham, White Asparagus with Truffle mascarpone & Organic chicken. Chicken bad great seasoning. Highly recommend if you're just getting in & need something tasty.more
Kaspers Seafood Bar and Grill is a lovely restaurant set in a grand hotel The Savoy. Me and my husband went on Monday night when we arrived we was sat at a side table (opposite the seafood bar). However I had made a request to sit next to the window and even stated in our request as it was our 7th wedding anniversary so I questioned this and they had no notes which I cant understand as I had...more
I have discovered the most magnificent combination: champagne and soda bread. I don't mean champagne baked in soda bread, which would be daft even if some waitrose supplier's marketing department eyes just lit up. I mean champagne sipped with occasional bites of soda bread.
I happen to know this due to one of those restaurant vouchers you can get offering champagne three course meal at the...more
Whilst the ambience of the walk from the hotel entry to the grill is lovely, the grill itself was average in many ways. The atmosphere was nice and buzzy, no doubt mostly tourists. Decor was ok, an Art Deco pastiche which could have come from the late 80s (although I hated the veneer tables, which I'm sure are there just so they can be easily cleaned).
Anyway, the food was ok, we had fillet...more