4 Bathurst Street, London, W2 2SD
Want to make a booking?
This restaurant doesn't have the facility to book online. Perhaps you'd like to try one of these similar nearby restaurants:
Named after the Angelus Bell (a bell rung to mark a time of prayer), this 'brasserie de luxe' provokes a different kind of worship, reflecting the passion that proprietor Thierry Tomasin has for his French homeland and its world-acclaimed cuisine. Formerly the site of an old pub, the building dates back to the early 19th Century and carries a Listed Buildings certificate. This has ensured the preservation of the original architecture as far as possible and adds to the extremely comfortable atmosphere of the restaurant - you can still see the stained glass of The Archery Tavern (the name of the pub it once was) above the bar area. Taking their lead from Angelus' Parisian-styled counterparts, the Art Nouveau interiors have been cleverly incorporated into this very English architecture; and the dark wood, sumptuous fabrics, chandeliers and elaborate mirrors all combine to create the atmosphere of a very elegant and pleasantly aged brasserie. Located next door to the Hyde Park Stables and just minutes from the park itself, Angelus is the perfect place to enjoy an atmospheric lunch or dinner, or just a relaxing snack after a stroll through one of the most famous parks in London. A unique private dining room, which can seat up to 20 guests, has been created in the vaults of the building, proffering a very tempting view of Thierry Tomasin's hidden treasure - Angelus' private wine cellar. As an intimate alternative to this, the ever-popular Chef's Table overlooks the kitchen. Up to six guests can dine in open, air-conditioned comfort, observing the heat of the kitchen, whilst head chef Martin Nisbet explains the dishes and serves diners personally. Whether for a special occasion or simply to treat yourself, Angelus provides a sumptuous setting in which to enjoy some exquisite cuisine. Hear that culinary bell tolling and make your way to Bathurst Street.