About The Savoy Grill
Harking back to the golden years of the roaring 20s, Savoy Grill balances style and substance with gorgeous, Art Deco surroundings matched by a fabulous British menu with a French touch. Savoy Grill has seen some of the world’s most famous faces pass through its gilded doors - It’s the very definition of ‘gourmet glamour.’
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday
Lunch: 12pm - 3pm
Dinner: 5:30pm - 11pm
Lunch: 12pm - 4pm
Dinner: 6pm - 10:30pm
£26 to £40
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020 7592 1600
Nearest Underground Station is Embankment
Chef's Table, Full Bar, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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The quintessential Grill – the Savoy Grill, in the heart of London’s West End presents the classics – steaks, roasts and pies to their absolute perfection. With the privacy of the D’Oyly Carte room perfect for celebrations, the Savoy Grill has the most versatile dining options for any occasion.
The Savoy Grill Ratings and Reviews
Great service as usual. Very helpful and...
Great service as usual. Very helpful and down to earth.
Great atmosphere & décor. Food is not exciting, it is traditional British but it is done very well & portions are generous. The soufflé is absolutely super.
The Savoy grill is a beautiful room with huge chandeliers. It has lovely atmosphere without being pretentious. The staff were wonderful, very friendly, we had a chat with everyone who attended our table. The food was delicious We went for the Sunday lunch roast beef, which was carved on a trolley at our table, it was very soft and perfectly cooked with all the trimmings. The portions were quite large and more them adequate. Would definitely visit again, The Savoy is a unique place and worth visiting even if it's for cocktails.
Excellent food and service in an evocati...
Excellent food and service in an evocative atmosphere. Pity about the level of mark up on wines, quadrupling does seem a little excessive and leaves one disinclined to select the finer wines on the list without feeling slightly exploited. Nevertheless a superb meal
Pre Theatre meal
Had a great pre-theatre meal last night - food from the set menu was nice and we found some reasonably priced wines on the wine list. It was my birthday and they brought out a special birthday pudding with a candle in it which was a nice surprise.
As usual service, food and ambience was ...
As usual service, food and ambience was very good. There does not appear to be much choice on Red wine by the glass also would be useful to have a "pichet".
Been a few times and again very good but I wish tables a little more apart since felt a bit close to have a private conversation like to have the booth seats
Keep an eye on what you order
We booked pre-theatre dinner for 2 at £24-£28 pp and the bill was just over £180! Were offered champagne which we thought was a welcome drink on the house (was 2x£13) and oysters (which we refused). Our impression was that staff were trained to get you to spend as much as possible. 4 glasses of house wine £52! And service charge of just over £20. They didn't seem to realise we had booked pre-theatre only. So watch out. Very good cuisine but not value for money.
Late Evening Dinner
Had to wait 15 minutes for our booked table and some of our starters were cold when they were served. Otherwise the service and food was first rate as usual and the overall experience was as good as we have come to expect. As always I find it odd that a restaurant of this quality needs to make a 'cover charge' and I wish they would stop. On this occasion they added a charge to the bill when we asked for more bread and butter but they quickly removed it when challenged.
Booked for 4 and opted for the pre-theat...
Booked for 4 and opted for the pre-theatre menu. We were seated at a round table that was probably meant for 6, so felt quite distant from our fellow diners. Service was okay, but never quite sure who was taking our order. Pre-theatre menu was good value on its own but once you add a bottle of wine, that quickly fades away. Highlight was the steak (albeit with a £12 supplement). Overall left feeling disappointed.
Went for girlfriends birthday, was a rea...
Went for girlfriends birthday, was a really good night excellent service and the food was lovely. Would recommend
The restaurant was busy pre-theatre and ...
The restaurant was busy pre-theatre and had a good atmosphere, cocktail and starters were excellent. The sommelier was not particularly helpful in suggesting an accompanying wine which was less than £55 per bottle. Main courses were bland and uninteresting, the steak was requested as medium rare and was most definitely medium well, disappointing for a Grill restaurant. Service although very polite, could have been improved, drinks menus were not offered following us being seated, we experienced a very long delay between receiving our starters and main, our wine was topped up a little too hastily for my liking and condiments had to be requested multiple times- eventually no one came to took our dessert order so we requested the bill, which also was very delayed.
Better places to eat at
We have been to other Ramsey restaurants and he's had amazing experiences. Food was mediocre and poor quality. Service was average. Even after we shared our thoughts on the food it was not addressed properly. To spend 400 and get an experience that was so meh was disappointing.
Expectations fully realized, once again . . .
Dinner at the Savoy Grill has been a treasured occasion for me each time I visit London. Over the years since the 1960s, during numerous trips to London, I have always insisted that one evening be spent at the Savoy Grill. So I have been there through various chefs and owners and each time was as memorable as expected. This year I was expecting my dinner at Gordon Ramsey's Savoy Grill to be just as fabulous as before. I was not disappointed! It was a glorious evening . . . although I am sorry that Creme Brulee was not on the dessert menu . . . this indigenous dessert deserves a place of honor on the menu !
Wee treat for wife's birthday
We booked the previous theatre but ended up just going for it. Food was gorgeous and the service was faultless. Even the decor adds to the over all package and experience made it feel like a bucket list experience well worth it.
The Grill is an excellent restaurant combining a theatrical atmosphere with first class food. It isn't cheap but then you would not expect it to be and for the quality I thought it was reasonable value. Service was excellent
The service are exelent and the food very good. Everybody takes good care of you.
Book for 7.30 or later.
Hadn't been to the Savoy before. Usually eat at Caprice, Scotts, Guinea Grill etc when in London but fancied the Savoy this time. The food was fine and the service excellent but the restaurant was unexpectedly crowded. Seated next to a large table who were off to Mama Mia so there was a great deal of noise and coming and going. Will dine at the Savoy again but next time it will be after 7.30. Once the theatre crowd had departed it was much more civilised.
Lovely as ever but my husband and I don't drink and always feel that the waiters are annoyed that we don't need the wine menu! The Savoy is no exception to this! Please don't discriminate! Otherwise the food was good, we had the chateubriand and our son the fillet steak. We usually go with medium for our steak but with hindsight I'd go with med-rare at the Grill. We didn't have room for dessert but nothing on the menu particularly inspired us anyway. Ambience very nice and service was attentive
Food was amazing, would eat there over a...
Food was amazing, would eat there over and over
Go for it
Really great iconic location, well trained staff and fabulous food. Great for people watching and some fabulous wine and champagne choices
Pricing on menu unclear.
All staff were very cordial and welcoming. The menu's pricing is unclear/misleading.
A perfect evening!
As we had tickets to see Gypsy, playing at the Savoy Theatre, this was the perfect restaurant for dinner beforehand. The restaurant itself is beautiful, the food was absolutly delicious, and the service was attentive and friendly. We look forward to returning in the near future!
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Amazing meal for mom's birthday
This is my second time at Savoy Grill, and since mom and I were in London, decided to go there to celebrate her birthday. Everything about our lunch was lovely; the service, the food, and the overall experience. They definitely went the extra mile to make both of us (but particularly her) feel welcome and special. Thanks again!
Had a lovely impromptu meal with my boyf...
Had a lovely impromptu meal with my boyfriend on Wednesday night. We fully enjoyed it, lovely food, great service. It was pleasant surprise to see that they have pre-theatre menu, that makes quite a difference as this doesn't have to be a very special occasion experience. Will definitely come back.
A lovely anniversary meal
I booked this to celebrate our wedding anniversary, and we also had my sister with us who happened to be in town that day. We booked on the pre-theatre set menu special and thoroughly enjoyed it. As the menu is for an early sitting, you are very efficiently served but at no point did we feel rushed through the 3 courses, nor over coffee, and there was definite resting time between courses too. Wait staff were available if you needed them, but were very unobstrusive and pleasant. The food was absolutely lovely as you would expect for The Savoy. A very enjoyable evening and I would book it again.
Food was good and posh but what you pay for is the service. We were very well looked after and made to feel important. Good for a special occasion.
Vastly over-hyped. Might be 'in' the Savoy but it's managed by Gordon Ramsey Holdings. Food OK. Noisy, busy and service as impersonal as one could imagine. Staff were brusque. Big disappointment.
Wonderful food and attentive staff but friends had pre paid for drinks as we were celebrating our engagement and they didn't arrive on the evening.
The service was second to none. The staf...
The service was second to none. The staff were very on point and efficient.
I had booked the pre-theatre meal, but i...
I had booked the pre-theatre meal, but it turned out not available on Sat. However after some mild pressing they obliged and we could order from it (as we needed to be at our theatre @ Trafalgar square at 7pm). I was also impressed that the wine list featured a red from Washington state US - a up and coming new wine region.
A little dissapointed
In generall the fodd was alright but for theese prices i think one could expect a lot more , for my part the starter (lobster buisqe) was good but the main corurse filet steak came with soggy chips and a cold bernaise sause , the steak also appeard to be smaller than the 300g it was supposed to be. The sevice felt false and not very warm and welcomming and you couldnt help but feel that the eastern european staff only had a goal to milk you for as much monney as they could.
Hurried service, gristly meat
Pre theatre prix fixe menu was £25 - I paid extra for a steak, which though cooked correctly had a lump of gristle running through it for which no apology was made, just an 'Ill let the chef know' - I don't expect to pay for a lump of gristle - very disappointed with my meal. I was really disappointed by the quality of meat in my steak - and the least the management could have done was to make a proper apology or offer to waive the extra payment for dessert - one doesn't expect to go to a quality restaurant and get such a meal. The tendon was clearly visible through at least 25 % of the steak which then rendered it inedible. For £12 extra, one would expect the steak to not only be perfect, but also have a few vegetables beside it - but no, just a salad - an extra payment for every vegetable required! The service was excellent, but could not make up for the poor meal. The room was crowded and tables a bit too close to one another. Dessert OK - creme caramel - essentially there was no dessert on the prix fixe menu which didn't incur an extra payment even though we had chosen a main meal and a dessert, foregoing a starter. In total, we ended up paying another 34£ for not much extra - not really worth it.
Pretentious, underwhelming, average and overpriced
We ate there tonight. Early in our evening we informed the waiter we were eating pre-theater. We allowed over 1.5 hours and said we were not in a big hurry but did not want to dawdle. We were never offered the pre- theatre menu. The waiter almost ignored us throughout our meal. He did not explain the menu well. The food was only average but very expensive. The staff and surroundings were displayed in a manner that was for an impression but was obviously non-functional . We were hoping to have dessert but the waiter didn't get back with us; we ended up having to rush out to make our show. On top of it all a charge was added to the bill to support Gordon Ramsey's chosen charity. I have nothing against charity, contribute to those of my choosing. If he had been there I would have taken the opportunity to yell at him and let him know that my experience was unacceptable and fired him.
We booked a table for pre theatre supper to entertain some Australian relatives. We had a drink in the American Bar first where the service was very poor - we had to wait ages for our drinks. We then arrived at the Grill where we were shown to our table. There was another very long wait before a waiter came to give us menus and ask about drinks. Our food arrived reasonably promptly. The food itself was quite good. The attitude of the staff (waiters and sommelier) was condescending and unhelpful. We dine out regularly all over the world and are not prepared to be treated like country hicks. There needs to be some retraining to explain the importance of service and manners. At one point we asked if we could order soon because we were on a tight schedule and the waiter said 'yes, so is everyone here'. Very rude. At the end of the meal (no time for coffee) we asked for our bill and again were kept waiting a long time. The Savoy needs to get it's act together and not rely on its name.
What a great place for a nice lunch or dinner. I always like to stop in when I am in London. Highly recommended.
Go to a restaurant instead
Stunningly beautiful space that went a long way towards a good evening but it was not enough to compensate for vastly overpriced, moderate food and poor service. It was £140 per head for a pre-dinner drink , 2 courses with 2 glasses of cheaper end wine . One can eat far better in many London restaurants for much less . Poor service (e.g. pre-dinner drinks, arrived in 2 shifts 10 minutes apart and were not what we ordered etc. )
Godd pre/post theatre
We had the set menu and the food was surprisingly filling, given that the portions were small. Everything was done well, but with no particular flair. I would have preferred a little more time between the first two courses, but we were there during the pre-theatre sitting so am prepared to give them the benefit of the doubt concerning speed. A very pleasant experience but not necessary the wow I expected.
They don't make 'em like this anymore
An iconic restaurant that isn't resting on its laurels. Superb service, a high-class ambience in a gorgeous room. But the food is the star. There's a roast joint on the trolley, a panoply of old-fashioned cuts from the grill, and a host of fish, shellfish and meat dishes, each more tempting than the last. As if that wasn't enough, a special four-course game menu was on offer, featuring a venison broth so deep it might be bottomless and a pigeon, gruyere and parsnip pastry that will live blissfully long in the memory. The standard set menu featured a peanut butter parfait that laid bare the intolerable cruelty of nut allergies. Go.