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St Alban

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About St Alban

Situated in London's star-laden West End, St Alban has gathered an impressive array of foodie admirers during its tenure on lower Regent Street. Formidable heavy-hitters such as Michael Winner, AA Gill and Matthew Norman all fell head over heels with the impeccable service and contemporary Mediterranean cuisine; while celebs and regular folks alike have continued to pack the place. Equipped with an in-house charcoal grill and wood fired oven, dishes such as charcoal grilled skate with capers, lemon and pine nuts and veal t-bone with olive mash radiate Mediterranean sunshine, whereas slow roasted Norfolk black pig with savoy cabbage and roasted quince is as comforting as a down blanket. Desserts such as bitter chocolate tart with milk ice cream and the weekend special of seafood and chicken paella should not be missed.

Weekend lunch menu


- Chicken broth with wild mushrooms & tortellini
- Aubergine parmigiana
- Wood roasted vegetables with aged balsamic

Main Course

- Paella of seafood & chicken
- Slow roasted Norfolk pig belly with pumpkin and cavalo nero
- Roasted Shedland isles salmon with purple sprouting broccoli
- Wood baked mushroom pizza with green salad


- Carpaccio of pineapple
- Lemon cream with pomegranate sorbet
- Caramelised apple tart with vanilla ice cream

Additional Information


4 - 12 Regent Street, SW1Y 4PE

Nearest tube:

Piccadilly Circus
Two courses - £15.50
Three courses - £19.75

Average Price:

£45 - £54

Opening times:

Mon - Sat 12pm - 3pm & 5:30pm - Midnight

Dress Code:


N.B. Bookings can no longer be made for this restaurant through London Online

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