- Main course: £35
- Food spend: £65
- Opening hours
- Monday - Friday: 07:00 - 10:30, 12:00 - 14:00 & 18:30 - 22:30 Saturday: 07:30 - 10:30, 12:00 - 14:00 & 18:30 - 22:30 Sunday: 07:30 - 10:30, 12:30 - 14:30 & 18:30 - 22:00
Following a grand re-opening in November 2014, The Grill at The Dorchester offers grill classics in Mayfair, against the backdrop of this iconic hotel’s timeless interiors. Established in 1931, and now led by head chef, and Alain Ducasse protégé Christophe Marleix, The Grill at The Dorchester has a long-held reputation for serving London’s finest grill food.
The Grill at The Dorchester’s seasonal menus place grill favourites alongside their signature lobster chowder. An open rotisserie is also on offer, adding to the relaxed ambience of the setting. For dessert, an extensive soufflé menu is the highlight, the first of its kind in London.
Counter top-style seating, and the contemporary details added by interior architect Bruno Moinard, merge with the iconic elegance of The Dorchester to create a vibrant, welcoming environment. With a hand-blown glass chandelier hanging above oak parquet flooring, and surfaces resplendent in marble and zinc, The Grill at The Dorchester is a striking venue. Pivoting wall panels help to create an inviting atmosphere that evolves throughout the day.
Overlooking Hyde Park, The Grill at The Dorchester is a 7-minute walk from Hyde Park Corner Tube Station.
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The Grill at The Dorchester
The Dorchester Hotel, 53 Park Lane, London, W1K 1QA
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Customer reviews for The Grill at The Dorchester
((((( 19 January 2015 by Stephen Roper from New Forest District
We took a close friend and his wife for for his 90th birthday lunch to the Dorchester Grill. The service, the atmosphere and the meal could not have been better. The waiters were exceptionally polite and attentive and there were several little extras with the meal. I would thoroughly recommend the Dorchester but a word of warning,I was not drinking because the only way I could get them there was to drive, so and neither did the elderly couple consequently only two small glass's of wine (250m) were purchased and it came to £38 virtually the price of the meal. I also loved the refurbishment of the restaurant.