Ametsa with Arzak Instruction is a Basque restaurant featuring inventive cuisine.
Ametsa’s approach is rooted in the traditions of New Basque Cuisine, pairing the earthy flavours and techniques of Spain’s Basque region with modern, surprising twists featuring locally-sourced and organic produce from land and sea.
The restaurant has recently introduced a new tapas menu as well as set lunch menu for £24.50, including options of Spider Crab Salad and an Iberico Ham Plate.
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Venue Details & Map
Ametsa with Arzak Instruction
Halkin StreetWestminsterLondonSW1X 7DJ
- Public transport:
- Hyde Park Corner, Underground
This is a "thoughtful" restaurant.
Not sure if it's the southern/ Spanish hospitality, but the thoughtful service of the Restaurant was what really stood out.
The prefix 3 course lunch is more like
7 course including 3 tapas as appetizers, one delicious main entree, dessert and tea and additional
small bite desserts.
I haven't seen the Michelin star in the restaurant but I'd believe it if...more
How can you not have a high expectation - Arzak of San Sebastian to come to London.... the truth is it is good but not mind blowing... and somehow, they fail to build a buzz in London so it is quite empty.
Having said that, the setting is nice but it is amazing to have so much space (as the restaurant was quite empty when I visited) in Central London. The dinning room is facing a nice...more
Located in the Halkin hotel in a very upscale part of London next to Hyde Park station Ametsa was in an upscale part of London. The interior was smaller than expected which gave it a more comfortable setting, and not too formal. As grand as the place looked with the white finish and bright interior I wasn't a big fan of the spices hanging down from the ceiling in what resembled very much like...more
After having the most amazing dinner at Arzak in San Sebastian, we were excited to try Amesta. The ambiance was modern with a unique ceiling that included 7000 tiny glass bottles filled with spices. The service was friendly enough but in comparison to Arzak, lacked some personality.
Actually in general, the whole experience and the meal lacked excitement. Although our food was fine, there...more
What can be better than traveling to the foodie haven of San Sebastian for 3 Michelin star food? Well, it's better if said 3 Michelin starred restaurant opens an outpost in London!
It was therefore with an air of anticipation that the Yelp Fine Dining Club made our 3rd meeting a dinner at Ametsa, set up and overseen by the daughter half of the 3 Michelin starred father-daughter team at the...more