Inspired by the constant changing of the seasons, Michelin-starred Fera at Claridge's is a creative and natural take on modern British cuisine. Renowned chef Simon Rogan's ever-changing à la carte and tasting menus capture the true essence of nature through its textures, tastes and sense of perpetual evolution.
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Fera at Claridge's
49 Brook StreetMayfairLondonW1K 4HR
- Public transport:
- Bond Street, Underground
Simon Rogen's newest offering Fara (Latin for 'wild') is thoroughly deserved of its 2015 inclusion in Michelin's guide. The Fara / wild theme is a subtle theme throughout with edible flowers, micro-leaves and tastes throughout.
Experienced the well balanced lunch menu (Velouté, Roasted Cabbage and Apple Cake) and as expected was blown away by the complex layers of flavours and textures of...more
Went for full tasting on opening early last May (2014) amazing produce, technique, food, wine and everything you would expect from the Roganic/ L'enclume team.
Recently went back (Feb 2015) and had the A La Carte menu and it was just as wonderful.more
Situated in luxurious surroundings of Claridge's hotel in Mayfair, Fera's environment felt relaxed and not that formal. Lots of friendly staff looking after you. A window right to the kitchen allows you to glance at an army of chefs hard at work.
It was a very pleasant surprise to have chef Simon Rogan himself introducing a couple of his dishes at the table from a delicious 12-course set menu...more
The real hype about Simon Rogan's Fera at Claridges may have passed as we had no real issues snagging a table for lunch despite poor planning (it may have helped to have a concierge service arrange it but I did get the distinct impression it was not really difficult). We opted for lunch as we were already doing some other full tasting menus the same week so the lunch seemed a good way to...more
I went for dinner - in summary, I am not so sure if this deserves even three star... Everything about thus place is just mediocre and for the level it tries to operate in, frankly it is not good enough... It is a much hyped new restaurant in this prestigious hotel - Food good but not great, service is very well staffed but not elegant, setting is nice Art Deco but really too big and too...more