0.5 miles
100 Strand, Westminster, Central London, WC2R 0EW
Simpson's is one of the few London restaurants offering only the finest quality British ingredients cooked to perfection in a classic British style. The restaurant's speciality is Scottish beef on the bone that has been aged for 28 days for maximum flavour. The beef is carved at guests' tables on antique silver-domed trolleys, which is a practice that began over 150 years ago and for which Simpson's is world-renowned. Other Simpson's signature dishes include classics such as potted shrimps, roast saddle of lamb and steak and kidney pie, in addition to daily specials.

Guests can also enjoy classic cocktails in Knight's Bar, an Art Deco cocktail lounge located on the first floor. It is the perfect place to enjoy either a pre-dinner cocktail or after-dinner digestif. Throughout the year, Simpson's runs its popular carving classes. Participants are taught this culinary art by Master Cook Gerry Rae, and there is plenty of opportunity to practise on a variety of joints.

One of London's oldest restaurants, Simpson's dates back to 1828; after a refurbishment in 1904 by Richard D'Oyly Carte, the man behind The Savoy, the restaurant was given the name Simpson's-in-the-Strand. In addition to its historic main dining room, Simpson's also has three beautiful event rooms, The Regency, Bishop's and West Rooms. With high ceilings and ornate mouldings, the rooms are suitable for any occasion from a small dinner for 20 people to a cocktail party for 250
Open: Mon-Fri 7.15am-10.30am, 12.15pm-2.45pm, 5.45pm- 10.45pm; Sat 12.15pm-2.45pm, 5.45pm-10.45pm; Sun 12.15pm-9pm

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