The Foyer & Reading Room
For many visitors to Claridge’s, the Foyer is the first thing that captures their imagination. In the centre of the room a striking Chihuly sculpture hangs like a chandelier. The walls shimmer with original art deco mirrors. Music drifts from the grand piano. It is here that breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon tea are served, as well as our inventive twists on classic cocktails.
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With three lunchtime courses at £72, The Foyer & Reading Room is the perfect place for leisurely reunions over long lunches. On Sundays, the classic roast is served with familiar Claridge’s flair – as crisp Yorkshire Puddings, accompanied by rich beef jus, creamed leeks and, of course, perfectly golden roast potatoes, herald the arrival of the roast beef centrepiece.View the menu
Executive Chef, Martyn Nail
Martyn joined Claridge’s in 1988, serving as third commis chef. His inspired approach and dedication saw him rise to become our highly-respected executive chef in 2004.
Claridge's: The Cookbook
From our acclaimed chicken pie to The Flapper for cocktail hour and even the secret techniques that make our scrambled egg so light and fluffy: for the first time in Claridge’s history, the extraordinary experience of dining at our hotel has been brought to life in book form.Buy now
Davies and Brook
Davies and Brook, Claridge’s Michelin-star restaurant by acclaimed Chef Daniel Humm, seamlessly blends London’s eclectic cultural scene with global inspiration.
Davies and Brook
English tradition at its finest. Dainty finger sandwiches, freshly-baked scones and delicate pastries, accompanied by specially-selected teas.
Experience a connoisseur's collection of vintage champagnes and sought-after spirits, served in striking art deco surrounds.