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“Don’t forget your jacket if you’re joining the peers of the realm at this classic on Jermyn Street, which has been doing things the way they should be done for more than 270 years (!)”, with “reassuringly unchanging, courteous-old school service” that “make you feel like a regular, even if you only visit annually”. The “superb quality of the fare is without parallel” from an “old-fashioned, utterly untrendy menu”, which particularly shines with “British seafood at its finest”, but is also strong in game. “Of course it’s definitely overpriced, but cheaper than joining a club and, on that basis, worth every pound!”
“The courtesy and class is evident from the moment you make the reservation” at this “stalwart of St James” (est 1742, here since 1984): “a perfect and unchanging haven” for “the very best of British classics” – in particular “fabulous” fish and seafood (and also game). “Make sure there is plenty of money available on your credit card”, as it is powerfully expensive, but it’s “an ideal location for serious business discussions” (“I’d sign anything you put in front of me in this place, and then apologise for having the wrong sort of pen!”).
“The equivalent of the best of St James’s clubs”; this “bastion of traditional British cuisine” (est 1742, here since 1984) offers a “truly magnificent”, “old-school” experience majoring in “wonderful fish” (“the best-ever sole meunière”) and “great game” (“it’s the only place I’ve ever had the chance to eat snipe, then woodcock!”). “Long may it survive, even if prices are crazy!”
“Where Lord Grantham would surely have dined when in London!” – this “stuffy” pillar of the St James’s Establishment (est 1742, here since 1984) is “as traditional as traditional can be”, and its “womb-like comfort” and “wonderful” seafood make for “impressive” entertaining; one snag – “prices verge on robbery!”
Wiltons exudes understated quality. The restaurant's secluded Pullmans, individual tables, attractive sporting and contemporary works of art promote a unique atmosphere.
Wiltons retains many intriguing decorative features from its early years and guests will find that the restaurant's gentle evolution has in no way compromised the sense of exclusivity and calm.
Our award-winning front of house team will anticipate your every wish.
The Oyster Bar
For many years Wiltons Oyster Bar has been known for being the favourite haunt for St. James's locals and business people alike. This is the place to enjoy the finest oysters, game and seafood, amongst other delicious specialties that change daily according to the season.
The first Royal Warrant was received in 1884 as Purveyor of Oysters to Queen Victoria, and a second as Purveyors to the Prince of Wales. Since then our dexterous team of oyster openers have won numerous awards, which include the World, British and European Oyster Opening Championships.
Head Chef, Daniel Kent
Daniel joined Wiltons in 2011 having formerly worked at some of London's finest restaurants such as Le Café Anglais, Skylon and The Wolseley. He initially went to university with the idea that he would become a Restaurant Manager. However upon graduating, he fell in love with cooking, having been previously inspired by the many Sunday lunches at his aunt’s house where she would put on a feast of local Yorkshire produce and sherry laced trifle! He has a firm belief that use of great ingredients and an exceptional team behind him is the perfect recipe for a world class establishment. He has enjoyed re-introducing many of Wiltons classic dishes as well as showcasing many of his own creations.
Our comfortable and elegant private dining room, The Jimmy Marks Room can accommodate up to 20 guests for a seated meal and is the perfect private dining room ideal for all occasions including lunch, dinner or cocktail and canapé parties, whether your booking is for business or pleasure.
We have prepared a variety of menus to suit all tastes, however we are also happy to design a bespoke menu.
The room also has two data points allowing for fast internet and IP conference calls. Should you need any further IT equipment for your conference or meeting we would be delighted to arrange this.
Wiltons is open for lunch and dinner Monday to Friday and for dinner on Saturday.
However exclusive hire of the restaurant may be possible subject to agreement.
Wiltons Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Well cooked food, excellent service but pricey"
"Have not been in a while and after all the glowing remarks I really wanted to try again for a business dinner. The decor and ambiance remain outstanding, good if not perfect food, very good wine choices. I/we really wanted to love Wiltons. If only my guest and I had not felt constantly pressed to order, consume, move to the next course. More than once the "may I take this away for you" was greeted with "No, I'm not finished yet!'. Perhaps at lunchtime this works, but for dinner instead of attentive and professional service we felt too much hovering and a forced pace that simply did not match expectations. It is highly popular, so the obvious regulars must be accustomed to it. But when our bill arrived, my guest mentioned great place if you don't mind being hassled. Not the tone I had intended."
55 Jermyn St, London, SW1Y 6LX
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|Monday||12 pm-2:30 pm, 5:30 pm-10:30 pm|
|Tuesday||12 pm-2:30 pm, 5:30 pm-10:30 pm|
|Wednesday||12 pm-2:30 pm, 5:30 pm-10:30 pm|
|Thursday||12 pm-2:30 pm, 5:30 pm-10:30 pm|
|Friday||12 pm-2:30 pm, 5:30 pm-10:30 pm|
|Saturday||5:30 pm-10:30 pm|