Le Caprice

This Green Park institution was a hit when it first opened its doors in 1947 and since then it has remained a favourite amongst London’s dining elite. The interior is similarly timeless, with a warm neutral colour scheme, monochrome photographs, and a popular bar that runs the length of the restaurant to ensure that solo diners or last-minute latecomers have somewhere to perch.
Like its sister restaurant, The Ivy; it’s ideal for business lunches, romantic liaisons and special occasions alike.
The menu showcases modern European favourites, presented with flair but without fuss, and includes classic dishes like Salmon fishcake with buttered spinach, crispy duck salad and steak tartare.