- Main course: £22
- Food spend: £40
- Opening hours
- Monday to Friday: 12:00 -15:00 & 17:30 - 23:00 Saturday: 12:00 -15:00 & 17:30 - 23:30
Civilised and pleasant.
09 February 2018
Hidden within the Royal Academy of Arts, The Keeper’s House offers modern British fine dining. Open to the public for the first time, this much-hyped London restaurant comes courtesy of the acclaimed Peyton & Byrne group.
The selective Keeper’s House menu champions premium produce and offers twists on classic recipes. Enjoy seared monkfish with razor clams and champagne velouté, or dark chocolate fondant with coconut and Malibu sorbet. The Keeper’s House restaurant in Piccadilly also offers a set lunch and pre-theatre menu.
Sip on cocktails in the sanctuary of the pristine dining room, or head out to the walled garden, which showcases oasis-style design from landscaper Tom Stuart Smith. Exotic mixes include gooseberry and elderflower with apple cider brandy, or blackcurrant vermouth with rye and beetroot.
A fairy tale restaurant in London, The Keeper’s House is 5 minutes’ walk from Piccadilly Circus Tube Station.
The Keeper's House
Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BD
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Customer reviews for The Keeper's House
((((* 9 February 2018 by Richard Hall from Brighton
Civilised and pleasant.
(((** 7 February 2018 by Amanda Davidson from London
Good food, fair value. Service patchy and at times inattentive.
((((( 3 February 2018 by Alan Ward from Manchesterst
Quiet room. Discrete service good menus.
((((( 20 January 2018 by Martin from London
The occasion was a catch up dinner for two friends after a 9 month gap. The spacing of the tables and the overall ambience was very conducive to that sort of occasion. The whole mackerel was particularly good as was the panacotta. The cheese was maybe a little bit disappointing for the price - but overall the food was good value for money. Staff were friendly and attentive without being intrusive or over-effusive.
((((* 21 December 2017 by Jennifer Beever from London
The Keepers House restaurant is a hidden joy at the side of the Royal Academy of Art. The ambience is delightful and the staff are friendly and efficient. The food is excellent - the pumpkin and chestnut soup particularly good. The only minus was the piped music, not loud but very irritating.
(((** 21 December 2017 by Julian Newby from London
the restaurant was empty at 8.30 when we took our tavble. And while I was wanting
specifically a quiet environment, that was too quiet. Maybe I will check out lunch - perhaps
diinner is less popular there. And the menu was very limited.
But food was pleasant as was the service - and the peace and quiet was in
total contrast to the whole of the rest of London at the moment. We could hear
each other speaking which was wonderful.
((((( 21 December 2017 by Hal Robinson from London
((*** 18 December 2017 by David Edmond from London
Moderate quality, uninspiring ambiance
(((** 18 December 2017 by Malcolm Galloway from London
First of all this is one mof my favourite places to eat. But the meal on Friday was a disappointment. Tired menu, difficult to choose something we wanted. Great service as always, maybe the run up to Christmas was the wrong time to go.
((((* 26 November 2017 by Pauline Taylor from Hertford
Good choice on menu - quality food. Great ambiance. Let down by miserable staff.
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