Park Lane Mews Hotel, 2 Stanhope Row, Mayfair, London, W1J 7BS +44 2081667869
- Main course: £15
- Food spend: £35
- Opening hours
- Monday to Sunday: 17:00 - 22:00
Away from the thronging Mayfair crowds and housed within the Park Lane Mews Hotel, Stanhope Restaurant serves contemporary European cuisine from a diverse menu. The classy yet cosy Stanhope Restaurant lounge bar is ideal for pre-dinner cocktails or offers an accomplished selection of wines with which to wash down dessert.
Signature dishes from the Stanhope Restaurant menu include a rich, creamy chicken tikka curry seasoned with fragrant herbs and spices, together with fresh spaghetti cooked in a tomato, basil and black olive sauce. For dessert, a moist chocolate gateaux paired with fluffy vanilla ice cream serves to satisfy any sweet tooth.
High-backed, regal chairs are dotted throughout the grand Stanhope dining room, surrounding elegantly-dressed tables and highlighted by romantic lighting. Heavy, luxurious drapes frame large glass windows and uniquely-sculpted plants.
Green Park Tube Station is a 7-minute walk from Stanhope Restaurant in London, whilst the iconic West End is just a 4-minute Tube Ride away.
Park Lane Mews Hotel, 2 Stanhope Row, Mayfair, London, W1J 7BS
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Customer reviews for Stanhope Restaurant
(**** 12 December 2012 by JPA from Sussex
Booked this restaurant as it sounded quaint and idea to take a visiting US colleague. I was wrong and very embarrassed. We dined at 6pm, a bit early but it opens at five and we were tight for evening meetings. The room was empty and we were offered a menu consisting of three starters, three main courses and three desserts. There was a handwritten photocopied folded A4 drinks list. Starters consisted of a very 70's prawn cocktail on limp lettuce. For the main course, two of us opted for the chicken and stir fried veg with chilli sauce whilst the other had the sea bass. We got the driest, most tasteless chicken breast alongside some Birds Eye chunky vegetables dribbled in bottled chilli sauce and for some reason more of the limp lettuce. You would feel guilty if you had created this at home, in a rush, on your own. To receive it in a Mayfair restaurant was unbelievable. The write up for this place needs to be changed immediately. I thought that this was a good restaurant attached to a fine hotel. For a basic bed and breakfast establishment, you might get away with it, but you wouldn't get any return customers and certainly I won't be going back; if anyone ever lets me choose a restaurant again!
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