The Savoy Grill, one of London’s most iconic restaurants, has a menu that is inspired by classic British and French dishes of old. The design includes details such as Art Deco inspired Swarovski chandeliers, lustrous wood panelling, antique mirrors and luxurious mohair velvet banquette coverings. A private dining room, available for up to 40 guests, has superb views over the famous Savoy courtyard. The Chef’s Table, located right in the heart of the kitchen, accommodates up to 8 guests and provides a fascinating view of all the action of a service.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (USD32.73) per diner|
£26 to £40
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The StrandLondonWC2R 0EU
We were incredibly disappointed. Dinner took 3 hours for starters. The beef wellington was highly recommended by the Savoy Hotel staff where the restaurant is located. After waiting almost 2 hours to be served our entrees it was cold and really not that great. This restaurant is over priced and just worth the money. After asking several times where our food was they started offer my wife more...more
This London landmark is exactly what you would expect it to be- expensive, quite formal and delicious. Got a same day reservation when our original dinner plans had to be cancelled- this somewhat surprised me (it was very busy while we were there). Very formal service that was absolutely perfect at all stages. A bottle of mineral water & a bottle of French Chateau Lagarde (pretty much the only...more
Great desserts! Nice and attentive staff, too.
Dinner? I'll pass next time around. I enjoyed the lobster bisque, that's it. I'm not sure if the steak can command such a price. Too much garlic and onion for my taste. My friend enjoyed her wellington though.
I'm glad I got to try it, but I probably won't be backmore
I really, really wanted to love this place, but sadly it was a let down. I have always wanted to try Gordon's Beef Wellington and figured what better place than one of his restaurants in London.
We got the tasting menu so we could try a few other items as well as the anticipated Wellington.
First course was Lobster and Cornish crab bisque. The bowl came with a small piece of crab and...more
Can't understand the outstanding reviews here. The Savoy may have been wonderful in the past; I remember coming here for fantastic meals years ago, but those glory days are long gone and the Savoy continues to trade on its previous good reputation. I don't think the celebrity chef has added anything but his name.
The service was disappointing. We were the second of two couples to arrive and...more