The Dining Room
Celebrating the best in British food
In the luxurious setting of a five-star London hotel, The Dining Room is beautifully elegant - a place where traditional and delicious British food triumphs. The holder of its first Michelin star and three AA Rosettes, The Dining Room offers an impeccable yet fun dining experience, under the direction of Executive Chef Shay Cooper.
The Goring sources fresh, high-quality ingredients from suppliers across the British Isles, from Romney Marsh lamb to fish from the Cornish coast, as part of its commitment to serving the finest British food.
Chef Cooper and his team make fabulous use of the revered Clarence Court hens' eggs – essential for The Dining Room’s legendary breakfast, mouth-watering Eggs Drumkilbo and indulgent lobster omelette. The Goring's forager provides a selection of truffles and wild herbs to perfectly complement each dish, and it remains one of the last London restaurants to serve roast rib of beef that’s impeccably carved from a silver trolley.
Designed by David Linley, The Dining Room is bathed in natural light by day and sumptuously aglow with Swarovski chandeliers at night.
- Continental Breakfast - from £24.00
- English Breakfast - from £32.00
- Three Course Lunch Menu - from £49.00
- Sunday Three Course Lunch Menu - from £55.00
- Three Course Dinner Menu - from £60.00
- Two Course Pre-Theatre Menu - from £35.00
This year, indulge your Valentine with a decadent menu at The Dining Room. Choose between a six-course menu with expertly matched Bollinger Champagnes or a five-course menu with a glass of Bollinger Rosé.
- St. Valentine's Day Bollinger Dinner - £190 per person
- St. Valentine's Day Dinner - £110 per person
To make a Reservation
contact us on +44 (0)20 7396 9000,
email us or click below to book online
MENUS & OFFERS
Monday to Friday 7am - 10am
Saturday 7am - 10.30am
Sunday 7.30am - 10.30am
Sunday to Friday 12.00pm - 2.30pm
Daily 6pm - 10pm (Saturdays 6.30pm - 10.00pm)
"The food at The Dining Room at The Goring is a really pleasing mix of British classics and lighter, more modern dishes, all prepared with great skill and understanding."
Rebecca Burr, Michelin Guide Editor 2016