Building on the rich history of restaurants at The Savoy, Kaspar’s Seafood Bar and Grill offers an informal yet luxury all-day dining experience in an elegant 1920’s style setting. With a lively atmosphere in an elegant setting, Kaspar’s is the perfect spot for breakfast (or brunch on Sundays), relaxed lunches and leisurely evening meals.
Executive Chef, Holger Jackisch, has created a menu that focuses on locally sourced seafood; beautifully prepared and exquisitely presented. If this does not entertain your appetite guests can enjoy traditional dishes from the Grill including succulent lamb cutlets or Hereford fillet of beef.
Guests can also enjoy a three-course set pre/post theatre menu for £28 per person concluding with twists on classic desserts such as Eton Mess with balsamic vinegar and the irresistible Kaspar’s chocolate and mint, a concoction of rich dark chocolate, mint cremeux and cookie crumble.
DRINK – American Bar
Being the longest-standing cocktail bar in England and one of the most iconic in the world, the American Bar at The Savoy is at the very forefront of the beverage industry whilst steeped in an incredible and intricate British cocktail history. Successfully combining the level of service and sophistication of a hotel bar with a buzzing, relaxed atmosphere, the American Bar provides guests with a timelessly elegant sanctuary to enjoy dynamic, first-rate cocktails.
Harking back to the golden era the American Bar commemorates classic cocktails whilst recently launching a new cocktail menu that combines theatre and storytelling, as it takes guests on a journey around the six London boroughs that surround The Savoy. Driven by American Bar manager Declan McGurk, the new menu has been meticulously crafted and perfected over many months by award-winning, world-renowned head bartender Erik Lorincz and his talented team.
SLEEP – The Savoy Hotel
The Savoy’s boasts 267 luxury rooms and suites, all individually designed in either Edwardian or Art Deco style and many afford a scenic view across the River Thames, and which perfectly combine sophisticated style with discreet technology. Designer Pierre Yves Rochon has used the finest materials; from Murano glass chandeliers and silk wall coverings to Italian linens and marble floors.
The Savoy’s eight Personality Suites pay tribute to some of The Savoy’s most celebrated past residents by containing a selection of artefacts and images that evoke the time and spirit of that personality; Frank Sinatra, Katharine Hepburn and Claude Monet are among the great and the good who have made The Savoy their London home from home.