With an exceptional Michelin star and 4 AA Rosettes, Seven Park Place at St. James's Hotel and Club is the latest exquisite dining destination from Executive Chef William Drabble, showcasing his culinary skill and creativity.William's dishes are modern French in style, and primarily use fine British ingredients. He is passionate about using the best seasonal ingredients from specialist suppliers. The Seven Park Place dining room is chic and intimate, while private dining is available for groups of 9 people or more.Luxurious and elegant, St. James's Hotel and Club boasts an unparalleled location just off St. James's Street in London, near to Mayfair, the West End and Green Park Tube station.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Seven Park Place by William Drabble
7 Park Place
St James'sLondonSW1A 1LS
- +44 (0)20 7316 1600
Top 5 reviews of Seven Park Place by William Drabble
My wife and I were in London for her birthday. We had a wonderful dinner at Seven Park Place. As noted, the ambience is very low key starting with the walk up a quiet side street. This is a very small restaurant with two rooms creating an enjoyable intimacy. Our neighbors were also having the tasting menu. As we compared notes, the servers and sommelier adapted and discussed the courses and... more
First of all, this is not a gripe about the service at this restaurant which was without fault....I have just experienced the most underwhelming Afternoon Tea at this establishment. For the price of £40 per head I and my partner were served a selection of sickly sweet confectionery passing for cake. Mr Drabble, the selection of cakes on offer didn't work for me and a neighbouring table full of... more
Not sure the last time we've had such excellent food, service and experience. It's definitely top 5. Granted, expect to pay for it, but if you can, figure out how to make it work! more
They serve a fine lunch but slightly stuffy surroundings kind of makes them have to live up to a higher standard... if they like to get my fifth star. Poched egg for starter, ox tail for mains and so on. Fine but lacking a little sparkle in my book. more
Had their boardgame themed afternoon tea.
The sandwiches and scones were exquisite, the service attentive.
But the sweets were a real disppointment (save the looks) - varying from tasteless shortbread to dry sponge on some of the items, to uninspired chocolate and absolutely revolting marmalade on others. Only the marzipan covered battenberg cube and the toffee chesspieces (on top of said drab... more