An English fine dining institution, The Ritz Restaurant London is an exquisite landmark on Piccadilly. One of the world's most desirable dining destinations, The Ritz Restaurant presents classic French cuisine with British produce, in the heart of the West End.
Chic and sophisticated, the palatial Ritz dining room features opulent decor, with magnificent chandeliers and an air of timeless grandeur. An elegant terrace at The Ritz in London is perfect for summer al fresco dining.
Executive chef John Williams MBE showcases sumptuous palace-style cuisine in The Ritz menu, with signature sample dishes like fillet of monkfish with lobster fricassee or loin of venison with smoked parsnip and swede. The refined culinary delights reflect the finest seasonal British produce available.
On Friday and Saturday nights, The Ritz holds 'Live at The Ritz' - a glamorous dinner dance with a 4-piece live band and a dance floor. The dress code of The Ritz reflects the ambience and style of the different areas of the hotel. In The Ritz Restaurant and The Palm Court, gentlemen are required to wear a jacket and tie, with the exception of breakfast; jeans and sportswear are not permitted. Smart casual attire is requested for The Rivoli Bar and The Long Gallery. Please note that sports shoes are not permitted in The Ritz Restaurant, The Rivoli Bar or The Palm Court at any time.
William Kent Room
24 Sitting/ 50 Standing
50 Sitting/ 100 Standing
Marie Antoinette Suite
60 Sitting/ 100 Standing
72 Sitting/ 120 Standing
Queen Elizabeth Room
The William Ken Garden House