Terrace Grill and Bar

Restaurants, British Mayfair
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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. 

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Terrace Grill and Bar says
Flooded with natural daylight due to its large glass roof, Terrace Grill and Bar serves locally-sourced meat and fish dishes in contemporary surroundings overlooking Piccadilly.
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Address: 21 Piccadilly
London
W1J 0BH
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Adrian H
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We recently visited the Terrace Bar and Grill for a group meal. We were on a set menu, which still offered good choices, and received a complementary glass of prosecco.

Firstly, the setting is stunning. Located on the second floor of Le Méridien hotel, you find yourself bathed in light due to the glass roof, with views over Piccadilly. This provides a calm and relaxing atmosphere for your dining experience.

Secondly, the food; this had a British feel with a modern twist, as shown by the attached picture of my deconstructed lemon tart. Each course was thoroughly enjoyed by all guests and the accompanying bottle of Malbec was great quality too.

Our only complaint was the speed of service and the attitude of the staff. They were slow to take our orders and refill our glasses and when it came to the bill, we ended up walking out and paying at the entrance as there was no sign of any assistance from the waiting staff. This was a shame as it detracted from what should have been a 5* experience.

I would recommend the Terrace Bar and Grill but not if you are in a rush. For a long and enjoyable Sunday afternoon (for high tea) or evening, this could be the perfect way to round off a weekend.