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.
Alex Dilling at Hotel Café Royal
Two-Michelin starred Alex Dilling at Hotel Café Royal is a modern take on French gastronomy. Indulge in decadent and beautiful tasting menus set in a bright yet intimate space overlooking Regent Street.
Cakes & Bubbles by Albert Adrià
Michelin-starred chef Albert Adrià, lauded as the world’s best pastry chef, has opened his first restaurant outside his native Spain right here at Hotel Café Royal, offering a parade of sweet treats and Champagne.
The Gallery is located at the very heart of the hotel, overlooking the main lobby and serves an array of Mediterranean classics with unique twists, all under the direction of Executive Chef Eliano Crespi, keeping a focus on locality and seasonality.
Afternoon Tea at Café Royal
Once the preferred haunt of Oscar Wilde and his contemporaries, this gilded jewellery box of a room is now the stunning backdrop for our award-winning afternoon tea service handcrafted by Executive Pastry Chef Loic Carbonnet and his pâtisserie team.
Absinthe green walls decorate this speakeasy-like bar that serves up expertly made cocktails. Accessed by a discreet entrance on the corner of Air Street, this is just the place for pre-dinner drinks, clandestine meetings and a late night tipple.
Be it breakfast, lunch, dinner or a cocktail party, the in-room dining team work closely with the hotel’s chefs to create bespoke options beyond the fully stocked Butler’s Pantry.