Fine dining here may be the one thing London's leading poets and politicians have always agreed on
Our legendary Regent Street address has long been the capital’s hub for fine food, wine and conversation. Oscar Wilde chose the Café Royal – and its unmatched wine selection – for his salon, while Winston Churchill favoured our steaks, stilton and Champagne. Even those who differed on most things, came together here to enjoy an atmosphere and range of gourmet pleasures found nowhere else. The story continues today, as Albert Adrià and Alex Dilling add to the culinary excitement. This, it seems, is a tradition everyone can agree upon.