Pantechnicon Public House & Dining Room

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Belgravia

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Pantechnicon Public House & Dining Room Tricia de Courcy Ling

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  • Address:

    Pantechnicon Public House & Dining Room 10 Motcomb Street
    London
    SW1X 8LA

  • Venue phone:

    020 7730 6074

  • Venue website:

    www.thepantechnicon.com

  • Opening hours:

    Open noon-11pm Mon-Fri; 9am-11pm Sat, Sun. Food served noon-9.30pm Mon-Sat; noon-9pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Hyde Park Corner or Knightsbridge tube

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LJC

Great food, great location! Came here for lunch one Saturday with my partner. Had a great bottle of wine and two main courses. The food was great - the menu was extremely appealing. I had the steak, done as asked to medium rare and ordered chips and spinach on the side which were gorgeous! The whole place has a nice feel to it but it was packed and so the atmosphere could have been better - literally had to squeeze past tables and people to get in / out / head to the ladies! The bathrooms were nice although dark! I'd definitely come back though!! YUM!

Alexander

Belgravia – home to a handful of upmarket eateries, Amaya, Ottolenghi, Amadeus (Gordon Ramsey) are some of the names that spring to mind. The Pantechnicon is within close vicinity to these and simply has no other option but to perform. The Pantechnicon is part of the family that brings you The Orange and the Thomas Cubbitt, a strong family pedigree. I am lucky enough to get to visit the Pantechnicon fairly regular (well definitely more so than other restaurants) for work lunches and one of its biggest strengths is that every time I visit they seem to have changed the menu. Now it isn’t as if the previous menu was particular poor or needed improvement but it seems to me that the place is run by a kid who has an extremely short attention span and has to jump to a new challenge to keep staving off the competition. On one occasion after reaching the pudding of a three course lunch with a friend he was so impressed by his Earl Grey crème brulee that he insisted that I ordered one so that I would not miss out the next time I came. For the reasons already stated I cannot offer you a typical review of my meal because by the time you read this the menu will be redundant. However, whenever I go the food is always brilliant, one of the least pretentious restaurants that I love and it has a great atmosphere at lunch aka. be sure to book a table or arrive early. Although The Pantechnicon is fashioned as a pub downstairs there is a seating are upstairs and both areas are comfortable and fill up quickly. Service is with a smile, no complaints, and the pricing is very reasonable for the area. It isn’t far from High St. Ken., so if you are in the area then this place is worth a visit in my opinion.