There's plenty of versatility to this good-looking spot at Le Méridien hotel - there are a la carte lunches and dinners, a weekend brunch with bottomless prosecco and afternoon teas inspired by the free art exhibitions commissioned by the hotel itself. But the pretty patisserie and artwork aren't the only ocular titillation - the terrace setting offers some cracking views out across Piccadilly.
There's a British slant to the food menu, with dishes ranging from a terrine of wood pigeon served with duck liver, pancetta with quince, radish purée and grilled bread to Cornish lemon sole, Scottish hand-dived scallops and a signature dish of slow-braised Blythburgh free-range pork belly. It's the grill, though, that proves most popular, with all the steaks cut from Surrey Farm beef.
The drinks list majors on gin - there's a dedicated bar for it, in fact. Expect classic G&Ts alongside signature creations and a range of 'old time favourites'. Keep an eye out, too, for pop up events and concepts - set to take place in the conservatory and the outside terrace.