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Gordon Ramsay At Claridge's
55 Brook Street, Mayfair, London W1K 4HR
- Bond Street Tube Station (0.2 km)
- Oxford Circus Tube Station (0.5 km)
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020 7499 0099
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- Opening hours:
Monday - Friday
Lunch 12.00pm - 2.45pm
Dinner 5.45pm - 11.00pm
Lunch 12.00pm - 3.00pm
Dinner 5.45pm - 11.00pm
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clarathomasclara, 30 January 2013:
the taster menu is a great option for those who are incredibly indecisive, as I am. settling on just three of the delights was virtually impossible - but these mini options gave me a comprehensive idea of the versatility of the amazing chefs. at a certain point I had to send my compliments to the chef - as the truffle and butternut squash soup was divine to the point of foodgasm. the wine selection is unlike anything ive ever seen - choices from vineyards all over the world! the german riesling was the perfect compliment to my 2 (mini) mains. by my sixth/seventh course - I could take no more. so i skipped the chiocolate dessert and went straight to the cheeses...although i couldn't take more than a mouthful in all honesty! classic case of the eyes being bigger than the stomach can take.
I'd definitely go back.
I went here with my girlfriend in January. The service and food were excellent. Having had afternoon tea in Fortnum's the day before, Claridges provided far better quality food, drink and value for money.
delightful lunch experience - on the Gordon Ramsay formula (famously espoused in many Kitchen Nightmare episodes): small, appealing menu, decent base price for prix fixe 3 course lunch. staff were friendly, welcoming and efficient. they managed to cope well with the demands of one of my more difficult dining companions. we passed on the wine (wine list on iPads which was a nice change) and chose a selection of the fixed menu items. each course was well presented, delivered without haste, and nicely executed, with nary a wrong note across the lunch. worth a stop if you want to have a better than usual lunch with friends, family, or for business.
The best restaurant I have ever visited. Had a fantastic meal and the service was amazing. Expensive as expected but I think that was down to the wine we chose rather than the food!. A definite restaurant to consider for any special occasion. This is one restaurant I will never forget.
I was considering a few places but finally settling on Claridge's for my birthday lunch and I do wish I had picked another place. When booking I told them it was for a birthday lunch so the table was away from the main seating area, in its own room just by the window. This turned out to be the birthday room as there were 4 other tables all celebrating. Kind of funny but nothing wrong with that, it was definitely the nicest part of the places.
The lunch started off with the sommelier coming over with an iPad with the wine selection. Slightly odd with the interior of the place but why not? the lunch started with an amuse bouche of chilled pea soup. This turned out, sadly, to be the best part of the lunch. The starter of orange-cured sea bream, red and yellow pepper escabeche was an interesting combination of textures and flavours but didn't work for me, especially the gazpacho sorbet felt out of place and didn't add anything to the dish.
The main was pot-roasted label anglaise chicken, summer truffle consommé with spätzle (couldn't bring myself to have the Sunday roast) which wasn't that interesting. The truffle flavour was quite nice (as expected) but the chicken was quite bland.
The dessert of dark, white and caramel chocolate mousse, lime ice cream with chocolate madeleines was like something you would get anywhere, no sign here why the place would have two Michelin stars. Was nice enough and that's unfortunately all you can say about it.
The highlight of the meal was afterwards when the head waiter found out that it was my birthday and gave me a tour of the kitchen, going through all different parts and taking a photo together with the head chef, Steve Allen.
Good to have tried but there are plenty of other places I would go to instead of giving it another go.
I had my lunch here some time ago after visiting the Mayfair market with my friend. I enjoyed the £30 set lunch, which sounds pretty expensive but the food ingredients used were really of high quality and the texture feels fab!
Customer service is really good and I would really recommend this place to be with friends or for romance=]
This is my absolute favourite place to eat lunch in London. Its got be be the most reasonable too (considering you are getting Gordon Ramsey quality). £30 for 3 courses - although it more like 5 once you've had your fill of amuse bouche and petit fours. If its your birthday let them know - you'll get a little surprise before dessert!. Last time I went a had a fab amuse bouche of mushrom and cream soup, followed by gorgeous warm bread, a seafood starter (with more bread), a fish main course, a chocolate brownie dessert and 3 (yes 3) trays of petit fours. Needless to say I was stuffed when I left! They have a somlier (excuse spelling if wrong I mean wine expert!) on hand to help with wine selection. I won't go into too much detail about the food, its what you'd expect from a Ramsey place - top notch quality, fresh and delicious. Food aside, the staff are attentive polite and helpful, the ladies room (you use the one in the hotel) is excellent and has staff on hand to take your coat and hand you towels etc (no not like those lollipop selling ones in cheap clubs!). The ambience of the place is luxe, its well worth a visit in fact its a 'must do' oh and book ahead its get full up about 3 weeks in advance for lunch. I have been a couple of times and wouldn't hesitate to go back. I would recommend this place for special occasions or just for impressing the ladies :-) One last thing if you are into private dining they have some areas that can be 'curtained' off for you - looks like they hold about 10 to 30 people.
We attended the chefs table at Claridges in October 2007 and it was an amazing evening, although the 4 figure bill for 6 people (including drinks) was rather eye brow raising!
However, it was actually worth every penny. We were there from 7 pm until midnight, had canapes, champagne, various amuse bouche plus 7 amazing courses, with each of the courses introduced by the chef who had prepared it.
We also had a great view of all the action in the kitchen, and also undertook a tour of the all the different stations in the kitchen which included meeting head chef Mark Sargeant.
Fabulous - you should try it at least once.
I came here for a birthday lunch with my family and had a great time!
The 3 courses for £30 offer is quite reasonable, especially since they added on an amuse bouche to start and some teeny tiny extra puddings at the end!
From start to finish the service was impeccable and upon hearing it was my birthday the serving staff brought out a minature lemon sponge (cooked to perfection!) with a candle and 'Happy Birthday written on the plate in chocolate!.
The food was delicious, as was to be expected, light, perfectly cooked and flavours that complemented each other fantastically. I’d recommend this for a special occasion as the serene atmosphere adds to the wonderful food to make this a lovely experience which is more than just filling a hole. (So to speak!)
I booked for this restaurant 6 months ago, so had plenty of time to look forward to it. On entering the restaurant I was immediately impressed by the ambiance, calm and collected, away from the madding crowd feel to it. We were shown to our table and seated facing into the room to enjoy our people watching, the sound of discreet conversation fluttered around the room, whilst staff weaved around tables effortlessly. Things were looking good.
The menu options were: Set lunch, Menu prestige, and A la carte. Thanks to the UK banking industries collective insanity of the last few years we opted for the £30 three course set lunch, course one for me was: Sautéed Quail breasts with soft-boiled quail’s eggs, frisée and smoked bacon, presented and cooked to perfection, followed by corn fed sirloin of Beef, again faultless and with a beef jus I could still 'taste’ hours after our meal, and for finish a honey crème brûlée with raspberry sorbet. One really nice surprise was a complementary potato salad with a complexity that belied its simple name, it was exquisite, so good it was like the chef was teasing us; saying if this is what I can do with a potato just think what I can do A La Carte!. The sommelier was really helpful answering all my daft questions about bordeaux, even going to the trouble of getting me some cassis and other flavours to help me identify them in the wine, top stuff!!! All the staff were on top form, made me realize why so many restaurants fail, service like this requires the utmost professionalism from everyone involved one weak link and your stuffed. I have booked for October and will be 'aving it large with the A La Carte.
I went to this place last week with my friends, and i enjoyed it a lot!! The atmosphere is really pleasant and the staff quite helpful!! I highly recommend it to anyone seeking a fun experience in London!
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