Kaspar's Seafood Bar and Grill

Bars and pubs Charing Cross
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Kaspar's Seafood Bar and Grill

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Located in the heart of London with panoramic views of the River Thames and London landmarks, Kaspar’s Seafood Bar and Grill offers an informal yet luxury dining experience, presented in an elegant Twenties-style setting. The vibrant new design will evoke The Savoy’s rich and glamorous past, whilst creating a sought after but relaxed dining environment, where Kaspar, The Savoy’s most famous four legged feline will reside.


Venue name: Kaspar's Seafood Bar and Grill
Address: The Savoy Strand
Price: £26 to £40
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Alison Hoyle
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Using the set menu 'Star deal'. This is really good value to eat in a beautiful restaurant, with top notch service, and fabulous food. Views of the Thames and outstanding decor really add to the atmosphere. Perfect for a special lunch whilst Christmas shopping.

Jim B

We got a deal with work and had the most amazing food and service! Totally awesome - spoil yourself


I had a VERY late dinner here last weekend, surprised that the Savoy team were happy to seat us at 11pm. The bar and restaurant is beautiful - very elegant and refined, much like the service which is also very polite and friendly. We started our late night meal the only way you should in a seafood bar... with a dozen oysters splashed with tabasco and and shallot vinaigrette. They were juicy and perfectly shucked, with a creamy finish peppered with heat from the tabasco.

For my main I enjoyed the duck with a stunning berry sauce and a side of crispy sweet potato fries. The duck was succulent and beautifully pink; a perfect match for the berry jus. It was beautifully presented, but the side dish was a necessity as otherwise it would have been quite a small plate of food, which for £25 is a little disappointing.

Our bill came to around £120 for the pair of us, including a glass of white each. It's very expensive (especially for such a late meal that went on to give me mid-night heart burn - oh woe is me!), but undoubtedly delicious. I'd say head here for a special occasion and dine at a usual time to get the benefit of the ambiance of this beautiful place.