Trafalgar Dining Rooms opens its doors to Londoners and hotel guests alike
Located in the heart London, the hotly anticipated The Trafalgar Dining Rooms has officially opened its doors. With views across Trafalgar Square, this stylish restaurant and bar offer an intimate but informal all-day dining experience.
Attracting hotel guests and Londoner’s alike, the menu gives Mediterranean cuisine a ‘London twist’ using the finest, freshest, and where possible, local ingredients. The main menu features flavoursome starters and tasteful classic meat, fish and salad dishes. From grilled stone bass with tomato, samphire and spring onion to chilli and garlic glazed chicken and puy lentil moussaka, each dish is complemented by the extensive wine list which reflects the cultural melting pot that is London.
Situated within the iconic Trafalgar St. James Hotel, The Trafalgar Dining Rooms extends the hotel’s luxurious and chic setting with elegant dining tables, convivial banquettes and a stylish bar showcasing a range of cocktails and tea-tails. For the cocktails, the restaurant has taken inspiration from the history of the building and surrounding location; popular favourites include the vodka-based Mistress Emma, a nod to Lord Nelson’s most infamous mistress, and the May Day May Day, paying homage to the Titanic as it was here that the news first broke, while The Fourth Plinth cocktail will be the bar’s ever-changing cocktail carrying a unique garnish to align with the Fourth Plinth of Trafalgar Square. The restaurant will also be involved in the highly anticipated upcoming London Cocktail Week.
For those who prefer a non-alcoholic tipple, the tea-tails created in partnership with English tea producer Tregothnan offer the perfect option. Blends include the refreshing Tregothnan Berry Tea with Orange Juice, Citrus and Mint, energising Tregothnan Black Tea with Peach Puree and Lemon or the detoxifying Tregothnan Matcha Tea with Pineapple Syrup, Raspberry and Lime.
The restaurant is the perfect destination for local residents or those visiting the city and offers a welcoming array of options for guests to sit, work, enjoy evening drinks, or simply watch the world go by.
The restaurant is open 6.30am-11pm Monday to Thursday, 6.30am-12am Friday, 7am-12am Saturday, and 7am-11pm Sunday.