Fera at Claridge's

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Claridge’s, Brook St, London W1K 4HR, United Kingdom

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  • Ease of Access

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Features:
  • Accessible parking spaces
  • Accessible toilets
  • Help points
  • Lifts
  • Personal assistance
  • Step-free access

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Simon Rogan of Great British Menu fame and whose restaurants L’Enclume , Pig & Whistle (in Cumbria) and Mr. Cooper’s House (Manchester), we’ve previously reviewed, took the helm at Claridge’s in place of Gordon Ramsay’s departure. We went recently and the meal was excellent and the service incredibly friendly and efficient…..

Excellent food in a superbly stylish Art Deco setting. One of the Many Snacks Served Between Courses – Rabbit Enclosed in Savoury Crus With Lovage Sauce was lovely along with the stout flavoured ice cream. It’s expensive but an occassion to dine there.
With regard to access there is a small step to enter Claridge’s but there is of course a doorman to help you. There is a ramp (covered in plush carpet), with hand rails next to the entrance stairs of which there about 5/6. Fera is a short distance to the left of the ramp and the doorway fits a regular wheelchair but there is another rarely used entrance available for very wide access. The restaurant is slightly darker than daylight but there is ample room to move around and the tables are a good fit for a standard wheelchair. The disabled toilet is a short distance from the entrance to the restaurant, immediately right of the ramp. It only has 2 bars, is spacious but the basin is not at wheelchair height.

Nevertheless this superb restaurant gets a maximum 3 BBS Ticks as it’s the epitome of style with great food and service, without being ‘stuffy’. Expensive at £80/head without wine but with all the extra snacks between courses it’s well worth it – a real treat for the eyes and mouth!

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