Please note that Kettner's is currently closed, but there are plans to reopen it in 2018.
Originally a series of four Georgian town houses, Kettner's was first opened as a restaurant by Auguste Kettner, (chef to Napoleon III) in 1867.
Gorgeously glamourous, Kettner's today boasts a modern European brasserie, cocktail and Champagne bar and eight private rooms.
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Venue Details & Map
29 Romilly StreetSohoLondonW1D 5HP
- +44 (0)20 7734 6112
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square tube station. Exit station and head north on Charing Cross Road. Turn left into Shaftesbury Avenue, right into Green Street and left into Romily Street.
- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Event Facilities
- Available for wedding receptions
- Event facilities
- Licenced for civil marriages
- Civil Partnership licence held
- General Facilities
- Internet access
- Good views
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
- Group rates available
Amazing food, fabulous wine list and a very lovely atmosphere.
Gutted to hear it's closing for a while as it was the perfect pre-thearte stop off!more
We had dinner reservations at Kettners as it was my birthday and we wanted a nice meal after our show. Things started off fine at the bar, as this is where you wait until the dining area opens for dinner. Now let's get to the good part once seated we decided on the lobster Mac and cheese and the salmon for starters - since we were starving we put in our starters to look over the menu for our...more
Oh Kettner's, Kettner's, Kettner's...It is such a shame that your solid 4* food was completely dragged down by the incredibly crazy loud atmosphere (I can now report back that no, I don't want to go to a party at the Hall of Mirrors because if it was anything like Kettner's I would be going slowly, miserably deaf.) and possibly the most curt and monosyllabic waiter I've yet met (Alas I think...more
So I finally got the chance to EAT at Kettner's instead of just showing up mid-day on a Saturday for drinking. And I kind of wish I hadn't, because it has kind of soured my whole Kettner's experience. (Although I'd probably still come back for a drink or two).
We opted to have our book group meeting here because we were reading Agatha Christie and apparently she used to go there quite a bit....more
Quick summary: The interior is nicely put together. The ambiance is welcoming. And the food is average while service is variable.
One person in our party had an avocado salad, which contained a 2 cm piece of avocado. When she told the waiter that there was no avocado, he came back and pointed at the tiny piece of avocado. It was like a sketch from a comedy show.
I had a salmon dish, which...more