The Goring Dining Room
About The Goring Dining Room
The last hotel to be opened during the reign of Edward VII, The Goring - just minutes from Buckingham Palace - is the perfect setting for a meal fit for a King. Lavishly regal from decorative ceiling and Swarovski crystal chandeliers (lowered in the evening to create a more intimate atmosphere) to gleamingly spotless Arthur Price cutlery, the Dining Room brings Edwardian style in to the twenty first century. Expectations are more than adequately filled by a menu which could have been inspired by a Royal hunting trip out in Britain's most beautiful fields. Grouse, Duck, Scottish Salmon and even that old favourite, Steak and Kidney Pie, feature while often forgotten delicacies-past, Jellied Eel or Roast Marrow Bone, make a surprisingly welcome comeback too.
Sample dinner menu
- Carpaccio of cauliflower with a caraway dressing, tomato tartare, tomato sorbet and chervil
- Eggs drumkilbo with brown bread and butter
- Glazed Scottish lobster omelette
- Terrine of Norfolk duck confit with marinated beetroot
Other starters are available.
- Dover sole, grilled or pan fried
with new potatoes and spinach (supplement £15.00)
- Noisettes of Devonshire lamb with shallot purée, summer vegetables and a rosemary sauce
- Roast baby chicken with a wild marjoram and onion stuffing
- Boiled York gammon knuckle with creamed potatoes and a pea sauce
- Breast of Norfolk duck with fat hen, caramelised apples and honey sauce
- Steak and kidney pie with creamed potatoes
- Roast best end of devonshire lamb with a brioche crust (supplement £3.00)
Other mains and sides are available.
A selection of desserts is available.
Beeston Place, SW1W 0JW
£45 - £54
toptable bookings: Sun - Wed 6pm - 7:30pm
Thur - Sat 6pm - 9pm
Pre-theatre bookings must be before 7pm.
Smart casual - no jeans.