This good-looking restaurant at The Royal Horseguards hotel is named after the former Scotland Yard telephone number, Whitehall 1212. It's an homage to the past that seems to suit the classic look of this spot - it's all deep red velvet seating, heavy carpets and crisp white linen.
The food menu, though, follows a more contemporary theme. Dishes range from king crab and compressed watermelon with mango, chilli ginger oil and crab flakes to a seasonal quinoa salad, saffron risotto and pan-roasted quail with sweetcorn purée, pak choi, radish and a Sauternes jus. Grill options - including a wagyu beef burger - prove popular, too.
Keep an eye out for Saturday brunch with unlimited prosecco, as well as three-course Sunday lunches with a glass of Chapel Down sparkling wine on arrival and coffee and petit fours to finish.