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Amaranto - Four Seasons London

Four Seasons Hotel, Hamilton Place, Park Lane, London, W1J 7DR 0203 544 0724

(((() Italian
Average
Main course: £26
Food spend: £40
Opening hours
Monday to Friday: 06:30 - 11:00 12:00 - 14:30 18:30 - 22:30
Saturday & Sunday: 07:00 - 15:00 18:30 - 22:30

Excellent service, armosphere and food and great value- highly recommended.

R green 27 July 2015
from London

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Amaranto Four Seasons London is a breathtaking example of pure dining refinement. Inside the Four Seasons Hotel at Park Lane, a delightfully glamorous setting encompasses a restaurant and lounge, serving light meals and celebrated afternoon teas, with al fresco seating also offered.

Visually stunning, the interior of Amaranto Mayfair blends tradition with modernity. Polished black marble and rich red furnishings create an intimate setting for the restaurant, with a tranquil al fresco area overlooking Park Lane. The lounge invites diners with plush couches, beautiful wall carvings and chandeliers, and exudes a warm ambience.

The Amaranto menu showcases delicate Italian recipes prepared with the very best British ingredients, such as feather-light potato gnocchi with pan-fried Scottish langoustine and wild mushroom broth. Diners can also treat themselves to afternoon tea in the Amaranto London lounge, with traditional English or eclectic Italian varieties both on offer.

Amaranto Four Seasons Mayfair restaurant is a stunning example of city dining at its glamorous best, with Hyde Park Corner Tube Station 3 minutes’ walk away. Please note, the Amaranto bar is open from 11:00 until 01:00 Monday to Saturday, and from 12:00 until midnight on Sundays.

Amaranto - Four Seasons London

Four Seasons Hotel, Hamilton Place, Park Lane, London, W1J 7DR

Contact +44 2073195206
Reservations 0203 544 0724
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Customer reviews for Amaranto - Four Seasons London

4.4 (((() (based on 171 reviews)
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  • dinner (114)
  • luxury (86)
  • romantic (69)
  • afternoon tea (55)
  • private dining (54)
  • lunch (48)
  • business (42)
  • value (39)
  • trendy (36)
  • al fresco (30)
  • large parties (20)
  • views (13)
  • breakfast (9)
  • entertainment (9)
  • child friendly (6)
  • ((((( by from London

    It's Italian, sort of. Best vitello tonnato I've ever tasted, juicy panzanella with hearty chunks of bread, appetising swordfish starter, scrummy combination of seared trout, quinoa and samphire, succulent rabbit leg, bitter chocolate pannacotta paired perfectly with sour cherries and ice cream, cheesecake sat flat in the bowl but delicious flavours, well done intercourse bites of gazpacho and pre-dessert rhubarb and (yougurt?), varied bread basket with the best carte did musica, and good oil and reasonable balsamic. If you're one for a flourish, have an Aladdin's Teapot.

  • ((((( by from London

    Excellent service, armosphere and food and great value- highly recommended.

  • (**** by from London

    I looked up tripadviser and did not like the comments that people had made but was near hotel and decided to try the restaurant anyway we booked the 5 course special menu but found the only main course was rabbit, risotto , or can't remember third, we saw chicken on the Internet menu but no chicken, so we decided to go for al la carte , don't order champagne it's 27 pounds a glass, we ordered a two course meal each and a a plate of cheese to share my granddaughter asked for some grapes with the cheese and we were charged 9pounds overall food was ok did not like staff waitress did not come back to tell us that there was no cauliflower cheese we would have ordered another side dish overall very expensive bill came to over 300 pounds would not go back again when there are so many restaurants in London also car parking Men at the hotel wanted to be paid on leaving the car you did not know how long you would be

  • ((((( by from London

    As usual the Four Seasons doesn't disappoint

  • ((((( by from London

    Beautiful location, good food, amazing service, very good champagne. Overall fantastic!

  • ((((( by from London

    We had afternoon tea on a lovely English summer day, so we sat outside and enjoyed the weather. The food was great and a nice variety of pastries and cakes. We opted for the unlimited Bollinger option and it really was unlimited. Would definitely recommend.

  • ((((( by from Sevenoaks District

    Dining at the Four Seasons was a very enjoyable experience. The food was superb. The service was excellent.

  • ((((( by from London

    Some of the best service we have ever experienced. The food was incredible, the champagne never stopped flowing and we were even treated to an extra surprise as it was my birthday! Our waiter, Nathanial, gets all the credit!

  • ((((( by from London

    Excellent service and food. The staff were impeccable. The atmosphere was very posh as you would expect from For Seasons on Park Lane. 100% Recommended!!!

  • ((((( by from London

    I took my Mum and her friend to Dinner for the last night of their visit to London. We were warmly welcomed and shown a very nice table in the centre of the dining room. The quality of the food, wine and service was excellent. Some previous reviewers have commented negatively on the prices for drinks but I feel that people tend to forget that the price comprises not only the wine but also the atmosphere, the expertise of the sommelier and the waiters as well as decoration and music and all the other small factors that make up the experience. I thought it was very good value for money and will certainly be back to try their a la carte menu.

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