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
I had an absolutely fabulous meal here on a recent Sunday evening. I had the full tasting menu with wine pairings and was blown away by the inventiveness of the cuisine, wine pairings and staff.
I had just landed in London on a business trip from San Francisco and was dining alone. I enjoyed myself so much during the meal that I may need to dine alone more often in the future. The staff...more
To sum it up, I had a good meal at Fera but I just find it lacked the sophistication and creativity in its cooking that I've encountered on my first visit. Personally I don't think set lunch or even the ALC menu can really showcase what Simon Rogan is capable of. The tasting menu is the only way to go if you want to truly experience the undoubtedly unique style of Simon's cooking.more
I dined at Fera the other night for a friend's birthday, as he had previously been to the restaurant and declared it one of his favourites in London and Simon Rogan one of his favourite chefs. We booked through Bookatable on the Taste of Fera set menu, which features 5 courses for £65 (though the menu changes based on availability). When we arrived, the staff presented him with a handwritten...more
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
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