If you're in the mood to seriously spoil someone special, then a meal at the Ritz is a grand gastronomic treat. The large dining room is one of the most opulent in the whole of London with swagged curtains, pink chairs and gilded statuettes and very well spaced tables. Service from smartly suited and booted waiters is second to none.
Where is The Ritz London located?
Located in the heart of London, the Ritz is the perfect place to visit one of the world's most vibrant cities. The closest subway station is just a two minute walk from the hotel is Green Park, situated on the lines of Piccadilly, Victoria and Jubilee.
What cuisine is on offer at The Ritz London?
There's an abundance of luxury ingredients including lobster, turbot, caviar and truffle and some serious old school skills on show like a whole sea bass baked in a fish shaped pastry case carved tableside. But there's plenty of modern flairs too; terrine of goose liver with Sauternes jelly and peaches is as beautiful to look at as it is to eat. Desserts, made by pastry chefs with skills of the highest order are of the sort you'll only find in the big hotels where they have space and resources to make a delicious architectural marvel from a simple sounding hazelnut semi-freddo with chocolate and vanilla.
What makes a meal at The Ritz London unique?
Fine dining in the outstanding Piccadilly hotel is the ultimate culinary experience. Combining a true luxurious atmosphere with the finest Michelin-starred cuisine of the Ritz Restaurant and the Palm Court. The Michelin-starred Ritz Restaurant remains one of the very few venues in London where they still host a sophisticated frivolity of a traditional dinner dance.