This luxurious establishment has entertained the likes of Evelyn Waugh and the Queen, and is the last world in luxurious style. Spread out over two bars and one restaurant, enjoy the best quality drinks and fine dining in serious comfort.
Decorated in neutrals and dark reds, picked out with gold and chrome details, the interiors are swish to the extreme. Red curtains covering the grand stage give the place a theatrical feel, and rambunctiously large floral arrangements just add to the decadence. Every detail has been painstakingly perfected, and art-deco features and an obscenely well stocked bar add the final flourish.
Head Chef James Hulme has created a masterful menu of European classics given a Middle Eastern twist. Perhaps try “Quaglino’s cocktail”, Lobster, langoustine, Devon cock crab, baby gem, watercress, radishes & marie rose sauce (£13.75), Braised daube of beef, celeriac purée, roast onion & escargot à l'ail (£26.00) or Roast turbot, champagne butter sauce & brown shrimp (£75.00) to share! The drinks list is extensive, including an array of innovative and classic cocktails all for £12.50.
Did we mention, they also have a late license and are open until 1am Monday - Thursday and 3am on Fridays and Saturdays, with live music on the grand stage from 9pm and a DJ there until late, it's the perfect after work drinks or weekend party spot!
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£5.00|
|Bottle of House Wine||£18.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£59.00|
If anywhere is synonymous with London’s wild decadence it’s Quaglino’s in Mayfair. The name alone hints at stories of Champagne-popping, famous faces late-night-rollicking and London’s smart set causing havoc. First opening...
|Giovanni Room||Private Room||14||n/a|
|Prince of Wales Room||Private Room||38||60|
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