This Michelin-starred restaurant at The Halkin Hotel comes from the Arzak family - famed for their eponymous, three Michelin-starred restaurant in San Sebastian, Spain. Ametsa offers a similarly intricate showcase of New Basque cuisine, with contemporary interpretations of classic dishes from the north-east of Spain.
The menu might include dishes such as seasonal vegetables with sesame and summer truffle, grouse with dry apricot mousse and golden berries, suckling pig on a bed of carob crumbs, and leche 'tostada' con helado de piña asada - a dessert of clove custard, toasted milk and pineapple ice cream.
A tasting menu - with or without wine pairing - is available alongside the a la carte at dinner, with a set lunch menu (currently £27.50 for three courses) offering a more accessible option. Sherries and Spanish wine dominate the wine list.
Lunch menus start from £27.50, including tapas starters. The restaurant is located close to Knightsbridge and Victoria, just off Hyde Park Corner.
Ametsa also has a private dining room that can be reserved separately for an intimate gathering of up to 28 guests or in conjunction with the restaurant for a larger function accommodating up to 70.
Ametsa achieved a Michelin star within the first six months of opening.
|Venue name:||Ametsa with Arzak Instruction||Contact:|
The Halkin Hotel
5 Halkin Street
|Opening hours:||Lunch served noon-2.30pm Mon-Sat; Dinner served 6-10.30pm daily|
|Transport:||Tube: Hyde Park Corner|
|Price:||Main courses £26-£39. Set lunch £27.50.|
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My boyfriend bought some vouchers from Time Out Offers so we decided to give it a try and we're very pleased with our experience. We had a set menu consisting of a starter, a main course and a dessert plus a glass of cava. The starters were ok but the main courses were superb! I had the ox cheek with vanilla sauce and it was as tender as I could wish, with delicious melt-in-your-mouth gelatine and perfectly paired with a gravy-like sauce combined with the vanilla infused sauce. My boyfriend got the hake with red peppers and it was also first class. The hake was snowy white and very well cooked and the peppers add a nice touch to it. But he said that the best was the rice side dish that was served along with it. The dessert was a french toast covered with a thin slice of mango and a coconut cream and it was also delicious. Also, the staff were attentive and very nice so we can say that overall it was a great dinner.
Dinner 8 course Tasting Menu £110
Ametsa Dinner Tasting Menu £110.00 per person or £165.00 with wine pairing (5 glasses of wine included).Offer valid until Dec 14 2016