More about Quaglino's
With an iconic sweeping staircase and a sleek mezzanine level cocktail bar, Quaglino's has offered vibrant brasserie dining in London since opening back in 1929. Offsetting the vast, glamorous dining room, the famous crustacea bar offers a stock of fresh shellfish.
Reinvented by Terence Conran, Quaglino's in London draws in a fashionable crowd of celebrities, rock stars and royalty. In the buzzing hub of the restaurant, there is nightly live music, including an eclectic mix of jazz, soul and swing.
Trademark dishes on the Quaglino's menu include roast mallard with foie gras and beetroot, artichoke risotto with salsify and porcini, and fillet of steak au poivre. Guests can indulge in lavish desserts such as pink almond pavlova with praline sauce, or Baba au rhum with Chantilly and Martinique rum poured at the table. The sommelier at Quaglino’s restaurant can recommend fine wines, premium champagnes, or mixes from its legendary cocktail bar.
Famous for European brasserie classics, glamorous Quaglino's in St James's is a 5-minute walk from Green Park Tube Station.