Grosvenor Arms

101 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 0SJ

(4)
British
Average
Main Course £14
Food Spend £28
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Sunday: 07:00 - 22:00

Service was very prompt and very friendly, made to feel very welcome.

Trevor Burge 24 September 2016
From London

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More about Grosvenor Arms

In a magnificent converted railway building, The Grosvenor Arms offers elegant European cuisine. Alongside a comprehensive selection from the glossy 1940's-style bar, a dainty afternoon tea selection is served.

Drawing influence from across the continent, The Brasserie menu offers casual sharing platters and simple classics, as well as refined main course flavours. Favourites include squash and goats cheese ravioli, whilst succulent steaks are sourced from Casterbridge’s finest grain-fed cattle. For dessert, a delectable selection includes Amalfi lemon tart with mascarpone, or rich pot au chocolat.

Offering a more laidback selection, The Grosvenor Arms serves a lunch menu of hearty signature sandwiches, burgers and colourful salads, as well as hand-crafted treats for afternoon tea. The international wine list offers some superb complementing bottles.

In the dining room at The Grosvenor ArmsLondon, muted colours are offset by a dotting of bright canvases. Victoria Rail Station is just 2 minutes’ walk away.

Customer Reviews for Grosvenor Arms

4

(based on 104 reviews)

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  • afternoon tea (66)
  • lunch (27)
  • luxury (25)
  • dinner (21)
  • value (21)
  • business (18)
  • romantic (18)
  • private dining (8)
  • breakfast (5)
  • large parties (5)
  • entertainment (4)
  • child friendly (4)
  • trendy (3)
  • views (2)
(4)
27 September 2016 by Katie Draper from Chichester
Lovely place with friendly staff...and complimentary refills on everything! Definitely recommend this place.
(4)
25 September 2016 by Nadera Ramrattan from London Borough of Waltham Forest
Ok
(4)
24 September 2016 by Trevor Burge from London
Service was very prompt and very friendly, made to feel very welcome.
(5)
14 September 2016 by Yoshiyuki Ishizaki from tokyo
honeymoon to go london
(2)
14 September 2016 by AO from London
The setting is lovely in "The Lounge" with comfortable armchairs and seating, however the service was slow which spoiled things.
We had to wait a long time to receive drinks and even longer for the food to arrive. This heavily impacted the afternoon which was a client hospitality event.
My guest had another meeting to attend afterwards and she ended up being late as we waited so long. When the food did arrive it was tasty, I requested gluten free vegetarian and they provided a separate tea platter for that which was great although the bread was a little stale. They did not offer any refills on tea until long after we had finished eating.
(1)
14 September 2016 by Sarah Watson from London
Nice setting however the service wasn't great and the food wasn't that hot so rather disappointing.
(3)
14 September 2016 by Alwyn Bates from Coventry
Restaurant needs some updating for hotel restaurant like cafe. Not enough staff, knocked my wine over eventually waiter came from afternoon tea room just wiped it up no conversation with me on how sad lost my drink. Need forks to be given with sweet spoon certainly when serving tarts. Disappointed that a meal advertised at say 40 pounds with extra costs service charge came to 60 pounds. Having said that meal was nice. The bill needs to be worded advertise free glass of bubbly then on Bill 13.60 for wine.
(4)
12 September 2016 by Kenneth Kemp from Chatham
I was a little surprised that the there was no one at the door to the Arms to advise me of the procedure involve for eating there. A waitress equipped with a dust pan and brush was a little surprised that we were there for a booked table slot (early). We were shown to a table and left for a while, on return of the waitress I advised that I had booked for the celebratory meal package which meant had to go and find the menu. Only had the two course meal. Soup and Carmalised onion and baked brie, both enjoyed and good value. Although we were told the soup of the day was minestrone when in fact it was more like carrot soup. Main course was the lemon chicken. Surprised it was still on the bone and there was not a great lemon chicken flavour. Never the less it was enjoyed. The 2 course would have been over-priced at circa £23 had it not included a glass of bubbly. Would I recommend to others, only if they are in a hurry on the day and want to book somewhere to eat before there journey.
(2)
9 September 2016 by Yo Altman from London
Pleasant place, very accessible, polite staff. Low quality food, some of it substandard. Choice of teas surprisingly limited (given it is 'afternoon tea').
(4)
8 September 2016 by Margaret Penn from Cardiff
A group of 6 or 7 of us have been to the Grosvenor for a school reunion on 5 or 6 occasions now, and have always found it very welcoming. It's very smart but comfortable. Yesterday, we all opted for the 3 course promotional meal which was very good value for money and very enjoyable. We toasted ourselves with the glass of bubbly as between now and next summer we will all have had our 70th Birthdays! The location is excellent too as it is situated close to both the train station and the coach station.

Grosvenor Arms

101 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 0SJ

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