The Savoy Grill (inside the luxurious 5 Star Savoy Hotel) is a beautiful art deco restaurant with a great British menu with some French influences. The restaurant first opened in 1889 under chef Auguste Escoffier (probably the world’s first celebrity chef) welcoming the stars of the day. Since then, the restaurant has hosted the likes of Oscar Wilde, Churchill, the Queen, James Dean, Lord Attenborough, Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra.
The restaurant is now part of the Gordon Ramsay group of restaurants (don’t worry he won’t come out shouting and swearing!) You could go there in the evening for dinner, but for a true bargain check out the special lunch menu: £26 ($35USD) for two courses or £30 ($40USD) for three courses. Best of all you can book your table directly through theOpentable app. On that note, the Opentable app opens up lots of other high end London restaurants where you can dine for lunch at bargain prices.
Contributors: Nick Brennan from My UK Sim Card