London’s Best Christmas Dinners
News & Updates / November 24, 2015
Christmas is traditionally about eating at home with family. It can be time consuming with all the preparation, and perhaps you’d prefer to sit back and let someone else do all the hard work? Or maybe you’re a traveller in London for the Festive Season?
There are so many to choose from, but here are some of London’s top Christmas dinner options, located in Central London surrounding your Marylebone serviced apartments. Suiting a range of budgets, they are easy to get to. Plan ahead, and if you don’t make it this year, definitely book early for a festive gastronomic feast next year!
Bar Boulud in Belgravia offers a festive fixed menu on Christmas Day, with three courses. Offerings from which to choose include smoked salmon brioche, roasted monkfish, a turkey degustation, roasted venison, and an array of mouth watering desserts.
Cinnamon Club in Westminster, 4 minutes tube ride from Bond Street near your Serviced Apartments London, is located in a Grade II listed Victorian building that once housed a library. Full of gentleman’s club atmosphere, it is open on Christmas Day and provides a tasty alternative to the traditional turkey dinner. A four course brunch includes exotic spicy flavours and a complimentary aperitif.
The Colony Grill Room at the Beaumont in Mayfair is inspired by sophisticated Grill Rooms of New York and London in the 1920’s. It is bursting with atmosphere from the American Bar to the dining room, and is open on Christmas Day. There are still openings for seatings for breakfast or the evening meal.
Hop on Central Line from Marble Arch tube station near Presidential Aparthotels London and reach Oxford Circus for Dean Street Townhouse in Soho. Spread across historic Georgian-era rooms, it is open for Christmas Dinner with traditional British treats including pressed ham, Shellfish bisque, organic turkey, roast beef rib, Christmas pudding with brandy butter and tipsy sherry trifle. Follow up with mince pies, truffles, and Eccles cakes.
The Ritz on Christmas Day for luncheon or dinner is truly something special; the epitome of luxury and fine dining, they are well worth booking ahead and saving up for. Luncheon includes a six course menu, live music, a magician and caricaturist, and a visit from Santa Claus. Dinner (vacancies still available at the time of writing) includes a four course delectable meal with live entertainment and Latin dancers.