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THE RESTAURANT

Brasserie-style dining, showcasing the very best of seasonal British produce.

Monday – Friday: 7:00am – 3pm & 17:30pm – 11pm
Saturday: 17.30pm – 11pm
Sunday: 11:30am – 3:30pm (last sitting 3:30pm)

EXQUISITE BRITISH DINING

Designed by Russell Sage, the stunning Georgian rooms feature a beautiful Garden bar, complete with interesting fine wines by the glass and luxurious booth-style seating to enhance the vibrant brasserie ambiance.

Overlooking Portman Square, the elegant all-day brasserie is the ideal spot to enjoy a refined afternoon lunch or a special dinner in the stunning surroundings of the Georgian-style Room. Have a seat at the restaurant bar and enjoy a glass of Champagne before dinner or stay a while and sample fresh Poole Rock oysters.

SUNDAY BRUNCH

Every Sunday, 11:30am – 5:30pm (last sitting 3:30pm)

Join us every Sunday for brunch in the beautiful surroundings of the Restaurant, featuring the classics such as Eggs Royale and a traditional roast dinner with all the trimmings. Choose from USDA Prime Striploin or Pork belly served with Yorkshire pudding, seasonal vegetables, horseradish and Chef’s duck-fat roasties.

VEGAN MENUS

Since joining the Home House Family in the summer, Executive Chef Robert has been working hard on developing new vegan and vegetarian dishes following feedback from our members. Whether you’re committed to a vegan lifestyle or simply trying to eat less meat, enjoy a variety of vibrant new plant-based dishes throughout the House, including the delicious new Tandoori masala baked cauliflower at The Restaurant, with semi-dried tomatoes, coriander, mint chutney, walnuts and caper salsa.

LATEST EXHIBITION: A JOURNEY INTO ABSTRACTION

In partnership with A Space for Art and Aleph Contemporary, we’re thrilled to present an exceptional and vibrant collection of abstract paintings by artists Henry Ward, Laurence Noga, Mark Wright and Nina Dolan.  Aleph Contemporary are a London based roving contemporary art gallery established in 2019, committed to nurturing artists as voices of our contemporary world and experience.