In September we enjoyed a special lunch at Quaglino’s, a famous brasserie-style restaurant in the heart of London’s St. James.
From its inception by Giovanni Quaglino in 1929 to its reinvention by Conran in 1993, right up to present day, the restaurant has had a particular place within London’s social history and has always been out to impress.
The private dining rooms, like the restaurant, have beautiful art deco touches that allude to the bygone era when Quaglino’s was born. Set on the mezzanine level, the Prince of Wales Room overlooks the theatre of the main restaurant below.
Address – Quaglino’s D&D Restaurant, 16 Bury Street, London SW1Y 6AJ