London's best restaurants serving game

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



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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.

Cinnamon Club

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 4/4
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Chef Vivek Singh has created an inspiring game menu that combines complex Indian flavours with venison and red deer.

  1. Old Westminster Library, 30-32 Great Smith Street, (30-32 Great Smith Street), SW1P 3BU
  2. Lunch: 2 courses & a Red Rose cocktail £24
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Galvin at Windows

  • Price band: 4/4

Game often features on the menu as daily specials at this sky-high Park Lane restaurant.

  1. 28th floor, Park Lane, (London Hilton), W1K 1BE
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Harwood Arms

  • Price band: 2/4

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

  1. Corner of Walham Grove and Farm Lane, SW6 1QP
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  • Price band: 3/4

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

  1. 35 Maiden Lane, WC2E 7LB
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St John

  • Price band: 3/4
  • Critics choice

There are currently a few game dishes on the menu, simply marked as ‘grouse’ and ‘guinea' at Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver’s restaurant.

  1. 26 St John Street, EC1M 4AY
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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


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