Chef Patron Taylor Bonnyman, working in collaboration with Head Chef Marguerite Keogh offers elegant and playful modern British cooking with an emphasis on native British artisan produce. Having worked in some of the finest kitchens in London, New York and Paris the kitchen brings together its influences to create contemporary, seasonally focused, and ingredient led dishes. The food balances luxurious indulgence with delightfully fresh simplicity. We offer Private Dining in The Rocque Room for up to 10 guests. The combination of exceptional food, superb wine and professional, yet personal service caters for any occasion.
Venue Details & Map
The Five Fields
8-9 Blacklands TerraceSouth KensingtonLondonSW3 2SP
- Public transport:
- Sloane Square, Underground
Occasionally you need to treat yourself and Five Fields is perfect for those occasions!!
The whole experience was brilliant, we have been to a few fine dining places that are similar and this place certainly sits at least equal to them.
The service was exemplary from the moment you walk in, its exactly what you would expect. We went for the tasting menu with accompanying wines. We loved...more
What a fantastic dining experience. We very much enjoyed our visit to Five Fields. The dishes as well as the numerous tasty bites between courses were so creative, beautiful and most importantly, delicious. You can't help but admire each artistic creation. The sweetbreads appetizer, the lamb entree and the chocolate dessert were among our favorites. The selection of breads was also wonderful -...more
Very good restaurant. Nouvelle cousine maybe a little fetched, but I liked somme choosed. Fois gras was exellent and the lamb too. Remarkable the bread with butter, with beer and with olives. The staff was very corteous and professional. Good dessert.more
Culinary alchemy. This newbie presents a new take on traditional local British ingredients (hence the name, Five Fields, denoting that part of Belgravia which yielded produce for much of London). It is really quite something to witness how artisans at Five Fields are able to bring together downright contradictory textures and flavours of seemingly incompatible ingredients and find new...more
More and more people these days seem worried by a nice piece of linen draped over a table and are intimidated by friendly service if the staff are smartly dressed. If you are one of these people then you should avoid The Five Fields.
If, however, you are capable of dealing with a table covered in a cloth, don't mind staff who let you know what dish they've just put in front of you and relish...more