A unique gastro-brasserie conceived by Turner Prize winning artist Martin Creed, pushing the boundaries of art and functionality.
A marble floor with 96 different marble tiles from around the world, adorn the floor. The menu is devised by French Master Chef Pierre Gagnaire, and award-winning wines will ensure a magical dining experience.
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Sketch: The Gallery
9 Conduit StreetMayfairLondonW1S 2XG
- +44 20 7659 4500
Sketch is quirky, it's imaginative, and it's thoroughly fun - both in terms of food and atmosphere. For example, the food ranges from strange dishes to classics to re-inventions of classic dishes with a cheeky addition of something you would never add but sort of works. My club sandwich had beetroot jelly and crayfish in it. Usually I like a club sandwich with chicken, bacon and mayo in it. My...more
I've eaten dinner in The Gallery several times and always enjoyed it - the food is delicious and the whole atmosphere is very tongue-in-cheek. The champagne coupes are larger than your face, the plates have cheeky labels, and the bathrooms are a surreal experience.
Put on something funky and prepare yourself for an unexpected twist on fine dining. And make sure to visit the secret cocktail...more
We came to sketch both at night time and for afternoon tea. There are quite a few rooms, so I recommend walking around to check them all out. They are each different and unique.
We had high tea in the pink room, and it seems a modern twist on an old tradition. The tea was good and the sandwiches were tasty. The scone was buttery and pastries were fantastic.
When we looked around, we...more
It seems the main reason to visit sketch is for the ambiance, and I love that each room is a work of art. The 'forest room' is a great spot for an evening drink. The Gallery is lovely although they keep it a bit dark for my liking, and the pink sofas are looking a bit tatty and could probably be reupholstered. The bathrooms are definitely the highlight- they are just so unique and...more
If I didn't know that Stanley Kubrick has long ago left our beautiful world, I would assume that this place's toilets are going to be one of his next movie's setting.
Prepare your camera to take a shot of the most interesting - futuristic - artistic toilets you have ever seen. Several white capsules/eggs that cover a huge colorful space, will make you forget why you originally asked for...more