Fodor's Expert Review Wiltons
Lords, ladies, and other assorted aristocrats blow the family bank at this Edwardian bastion of traditional English fine dining on Jermyn Street (the place first opened near the Haymarket as a shellfish stall in 1742). Posh patrons tend to order half a dozen oysters, followed by grilled Dover sole, Blythburgh pork from the carving trolley, or fabulous native game, such as roast partridge, grouse, or teal. There is also soft herring roe on toast, plus pleasing desserts like Peach Melba or sherry trifle.
55 Jermyn St.
London, Greater London SW1Y 6LX, England
- Traditional English dining focused on shellfish and game
- Waiter service that would put Jeeves to shame
- Bordeaux-heavy wine menu