- Main course: £16
- Food spend: £50
- Opening hours
- Monday: 18:30 - 22:00 Tuesday to Friday: 12:00 - 14:00 & 18:30 - 22:00 Saturday: 12:30 - 14:00 & 18:30 - 22:00
Amazing array of dishes and the best service. My wife and I’s favourite Spanish restaurant.
26 September 2019
Ametsa offers a unique and exquisite take on Basque cuisine within the 5-star COMO The Halkin hotel.
From head chef Ruben Briones, the Ametsa menu combines traditional Basque Country cooking techniques with the flavours of Britain’s boldest seasonal ingredients. The result is a menu of tapas-style dishes designed for sharing, including saffron and garlic Cornish monkfish, and British green asparagus gratin.
Ametsa is home to a striking dining room filled with brilliant white surfaces and golden tubular ceiling coverings, the work of acclaimed designer, Ab Rogers.
Glamorous and elegant, Ametsa restaurant in London is a 5-minute walk from Hyde Park Corner Tube station and 10 minutes from Victoria.
COMO The Halkin, Halkin Street, London, SW1X 7DJ
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Customer reviews for Ametsa
((((( 31 August 2018 by Stephen from weybridge
Fantastic cuisine, presentation, service and style
((((( 29 August 2018 by Helen from London
We had the tasting menu and they adapted it last minute for a non meat eater with no fuss. Beautifully balanced menu with interesting flavours and textures. We really enjoyed our evening. Decor a bit bland - could do with a feature!
((((( 22 August 2018 by Jihyun from London
The foods were just the best, amazing experience and the staffs were very friendly. I felt like I am having some art works.
((((( 22 August 2018 by Chloe from London
Our meal was stunning, experimental and creative and our drinks were superb too. The service was great, we had a lovely evening. The star deal was amazing value for money!
((((* 19 August 2018 by Jo from London
(((** 18 August 2018 by Dining from London
We both had the lunch tasting menu with the accompanying wines. The highlight of our visit to Amesta was the person who served us. He combined professionalism with friendliness, knowledge of the food and wines, and humour.
All the dishes presented were visually outstanding and displayed great technical competence by the kitchen. The focus of the restaurant is clearly on the visual impact. However, almost all the food was bland and some of it quite tasteless. Also, some of the dishes were, to me, silly. Why would anyone put one cooked mussel at the bottom of a small glass of "tomato soup"??
This could be a great restaurant if they re-thought the menu and focused an producing dishes with flavour/s and only then decided how to present them with visual appeal.
Lunch for two people with a glass of fizz to begin; coffee; and a glass of Climens '09 was £346 (including service). For this price the food should be memorable, however, it was only the service that was memorable.
((((( 6 August 2018 by Sara from Brussels
Took the £45 tasting menu including wine - first day entry into force. As usual, every plate a work of art, food absolutely delicious, service from charming and well informed efficient staff. Endor always a pleasure - watch out for the doughnut - what a surprise
(**** 4 August 2018 by Zuzanna from London
Average place and service ( they tried but it is not what you expect from michelin starred restaurant) , poor food and not really good wine.
((((( 4 August 2018 by Aldo from London
((((( 4 August 2018 by Natasha from London
customer service is top, very organised team. Food is nice, I had tasting menu with 2 delicious glasses of wine)).
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