Laurent at Café Royal
Laurent features an array of newly designed areas including booths and views of either elegant Regent Street or the grand hotel lobby with a spectacular Murano glass chandelier at the centre.
International influences are evident across the new menu where Laurent has combined his experiences to open a restaurant unlike anything he has done before. An open kitchen and grill offer the finest grilled meat and fish; whilst sushi masters prepare inventive sushi, sashimi and raw fish from the sushi bar.
The bar offers a wide selection of wines from both new and classic regions with a focus on the French 'regal regions', alongside cocktails and fine spirits.
On Wednesday 18th July, all reservations between 3pm - 6pm will be seated in the Gallery.
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Delicious food, fab room, funky atmosphere, bottomless champagne...what's not to like?
We were getting together before friend left for the US and pre a show
This is an amazing place! The food was out of this world, the customer service was so incredibly attentive and the ambience and grandeur of the place itself was astounding!
Wow! Wow! Wow!
Beautiful atmosphere, nice selection of wines and tasty food. Service also great!
My boyfriend and I had a wonderful dinner at Laurent. The service was great and we were well looked after, and the food was delicious and beautifully presented. We were impressed by the whole experience, from the decor, the cheesy bread that came before our meal, the cool tower of onion rings and the yummy petit fours that arrived at the end of our meal. We will definitely be going again.
Delicious, amazing service, stunning decor and the set menu offered great value. Very nice wine list and just a lovely evening.
Excellent service, great menu, fantastic venue. The live music was very good as well, just a shame that they couldn’t turn the volume down just a bit.
Exceptional service, great food and beautiful interior.
Service here is always without fault. One of the dishes was over cooked, however this was taken off the bill.
Unbelievable place it is perfect for any occasion
Staff were very friendly
The setting was outstanding
Food was lovely
All in all perfect
The food, ambience and helpful waiters were exceptional in aiding the wonderful eating experience we had.
Beautiful place and delicious food
could not have been nicer/better service from the initial recpetion to the table waitress. the pre-theatre menu was very good value, and complimented with a caraf of nice white wine we were done for £50pp whjich is fairly amazing value for the location. I will 100% be back
Very impressive, the building, the restaurant, and the attentive staff, set menu was a revelation, thought I would be ready for dessert but was too full, what an enjoyable experience, I would highly recommend this restaurant, little extras such as the slightly cheese tasting Yorkshire pudding to start with before your actual starter, and because we didn't have a dessert, petits
four's were offered which were a taste sensation!!, we will be back!!
Perfect moment ! Good food and very nice service. Location is also very smart.
Set meal incl champagne for £29 was great
Total Meal cost £60 each for 4 incl 2 bottles of wine
Set meal only has 3 options for starter, main and draft but all were great.
Food OK: exceptional bread, octopus OK, figs tasteless. Crab very good.
Quiet and relaxing ambiance, excellent and friendly service
Superb food and superb service. And I even got to see Ziggy's bar!
The set menu with a glass of champagne is amazing value and the quality of the food is top notch
I enjoyed the lunch set menú and had a wonderful experience. My favourite place in London already.
Very efficient booking and seating at the table. Food was delicious and in many cases inventive without being pretentious. The vegetarian in our party commented on how good her options were and the servings were a good size ( 3/4 of us could not manage a dessert). Negatives were that despite the £26 set menu the bill produced a whole range of confusing single items; the sofa/bench seating was uncomfortably low ( and we are both 6feet tall) so that the table was mid chest height: but worst of all for value was the fact that the cheapest bottle of red wine ( a very ordinary French offering) is a staggeringly unjustifiable £38 - that is 137% of a single set menu.!
Absolutely lovely. The dining room is a step back in time to the see and be seen era of fine dining. Food was superb, diverse, well plated and served with care.