London's best restaurants serving game

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For those tempted by the earthy seasonal flavours of partridge, grouse, woodcock or venison


If you're tempted by the earthy seasonal flavours of partridge, grouse, woodcock or venison, then read on. Our food critics have been all over town in search of the best restaurants serving game and below they've rounded up some of their favourites. Do you agree with the choices? Use the comments box below or tweet your suggestions.


  • Le Café Anglais

    8 Porchester Gardens, W2 4DB (020 7221 1415/ www.lecafeanglais.co.uk)

    At this stylish Bayswater destination, you’ll find guinea fowl with tomato and basil, or grouse...

  • Cinnamon Club

    The Old Westminster Library, 30-32 Great Smith St, SW1P 3BU (020 7222 2555/ www.cinnamonclub.com)

    Chef Vivek Singh has created an inspiring game menu that combines complex Indian flavours with ve...

  • Galvin at Windows

    22 Park Lane, W1K 1BE (020 7208 4021/ www.galvinatwindows.com)

    Game has been featuring on the menu as daily specials at this sky-high Park Lane restaurant, with...

  • Harwood Arms

    Walham Grove, SW6 1QP (020 7386 1847/ www.harwoodarms.com)

    The venison scotch eggs at Mike Robinson’s Fulham gastropub are worth the trip alone. But the r...

  • Rules

    35 Maiden Lane, WC2E 7LB (020 7836 5314/ www.rules.co.uk).

    London’s oldest surviving restaurant does not mess with the classics, with timeless preparation...

  • St John

    26 St John St, EC1M 4AY (020 3301 8069/ www.stjohnrestaurant.com)

    There are currently a few game dishes on the menu, simply marked as ‘grouse’ and ‘guinea fo...


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3 comments
Tara
Tara

I've heard the St. John's on Commercial Street is a bit more casual and the menu a little less intimidating http://ow.ly/6l67m

George Tudor Hart
George Tudor Hart

Rules has a good house cocktail that complements their game. Service was always good, and the food of a consistently excellent standard. The place has a great ambience of a bygone age

Fuzzball
Fuzzball

Should add the Prince of Wales in Putney. Had fantastic Grouse there and they normally have some on the menu.