Grosvenor Hotel launches two F&B spaces

Grosvenor Hotel launches two F&B spaces

Located in the heart of bustling central London, the Grade II-listed Grosvenor Hotel has unveiled its two newly refurbished restaurants, perfect for those wanting to indulge with friends and family or treat themselves to a glass of fizz this festive season.

Championing the best of British, The Grosvenor Arms is a new look restaurant, serving up a range of classic and contemporary dishes made with the freshest of ingredients. In addition, the newly refurbished Tea Lounge looks to steam ahead with a new concept afternoon tea, inspired by the adjacent Victoria station and the hotel’s railway heritage whilst providing a welcome retreat from the day’s exertions.

So, whether you are after a winter warmer or something a little more decadent, the Grosvenor Hotel restaurants will ensure you’re on the right track.

The Tea Lounge

The newly refurbished Tea Lounge at The Grosvenor Hotel has retained its period features, the light and airy space is just steps away from the grand Victoria Station concourse.

From this November, guests can enjoy ‘The Grosvenor Afternoon Tea Express’ a delicious afternoon tea designed to celebrate the best produce Southern England has to offer.
The menu includes indulgent treats such as the Brighton pier doughnut and apple candy floss, the white cliffs of Dover pistachio meringue, a variety of classic finger sandwiches, and a savoury goat’s cheese and beetroot scone, and fruit scones served with strawberry and lemongrass jam.

The Grosvenor Arms
A light, welcoming and informal space, The Grosvenor Arms – the hotel’s dedicated restaurant – is the ideal spot for a coffee, a few drinks with friends or relaxed dining.

Offering a range of modern dishes made with fresh British ingredients, the all-new menu offers traditional pub classics alongside fresh new ideas, from braised beef ravioli, wild forest mushrooms & truffle arancini, and sweet treats such as lemon pavlova with lime sorbet and passion fruit & coconut panna cotta.