This Holland Park venue dates back to the seventeenth century. It's right in the middle of the public park itself and was, once upon a time, the summer ballroom for Holland House. It's an enviable location.
There's a Mediterranean slant to the food menu here. Expect dishes ranging from mussel and saffron broth, prosciutto with rocket, parmesan and truffle oil, and gnocchi with mushrooms and rocket pesto to roast monkfish with a chickpea, chorizo and tomato stew, and confit of pork belly with a pork ragout, puy lentils and tarragon jus.
The wine list leans on the old world, and is extensive.