Lutyens Restaurant

About Lutyens Restaurant

Lutyens is named in honour of the prolific 20th century English architect who designed the impressive redbrick building that houses it - today the luxury 4-star Jurys Great Russell Street hotel. Sir Edwin would probably approve of this airy dining room with its elegant sash windows, sleek burgundy columns and dark-wood furnishings where the atmosphere is surprisingly homely. Sophisticated European cooking is led by Paul O’Brien, a devotee of seasonal produce. As the AA put it when it awarded Lutyens a rosette again in 2005, this is a restaurant where "quality ingredients speak for themselves". The varied menu changes every season, but typical dishes include roast corn-fed chicken supreme stuffed with smoked salmon, and roast cod fillet soft served with smoked pork and sauce Choron. Steaks are popular.
Lutyen is a AA Rosette awarded restaurant.

Pre-Theatre Dinner Menu


Pan seared terrine of two salmons, made with a light potato gratin, Swiss Gruyere and Parma ham, balsamic syrup.

Butternut squash soup with roasted pine nuts, spinach and ginger.

Ballotine of corn-fed chicken, made with basil and sweet red pepper confit, mesclun salad.

Main Course

Seafood mixed grill
Daily selection with mini colcannon cakes and a classic Béarnaise sauce.

250g Sirloin steak, served with pomme Pont neuf, tomato confit and choice of sauces, Béarnaise or peppercorn.

Chiffonnade of baby cos leaf 'Caesar style', fresh anchovies and goats cheese wontons.


Callebaut chocolate truffle, orange Grand Marnier, vanilla pod ice cream.

'Lemon tart' a la Michel Roux.

Additional Information


Jurys Doyle Hotel, 16-22 Great Russell Street, WC1B 3NN

Nearest tube:

Tottenham Court Road
Served Monday - Saturday 17.30 - 19.00

2 COURSES ~ £20.00
3 COURSES ~ £23.50

Average Price:

£25-£34 / €35-€49

Opening times:

Mon - Sun 5:30pm - 10pm

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