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Michelin-star restaurant Pétrus is a focus for the top Gordon Ramsay talent. Former Fat Duck chef Neil Snowball is Head Chef, the ambience is luxurious and, centre stage, the restaurant lives up to its illustrious name with a vast wine cellar holding 2,000 bottles, including 34 Pétrus vintages. It adds up to personable professionalism and food prepared to the highest order. The quality shows.
Our reviewers praised everything from the superbly cooked and presented modern French food to the smooth service, warm welcome and, not least, sensible prices. The set lunch is currently £37.50 for three courses, and as a Club Member you and your guests receive a personal tour of the kitchen.
You can of course opt for à la carte (currently from £75 for three courses), or the chef’s tasting menu (currently £95), or for a special party book the ultra-smart chef’s table for up to eight guests, and again receive the chef’s kitchen tour.
The food at Petrus is delicious: on the set menu you might be offered starters such as confit Shetland Island salmon, bergamot emulsion and almond crumb, or Cheltenham beetroot terrine, or ham hock terrine with crispy quail's egg, pickles and grilled sourdough. For mains it might be fillet of sea bream with cuttlefish, mashed potatoes, seared cucumber and red pepper jus, or wood pigeon with puy lentils, Alsace bacon and blood orange endive, or Dingley Dell pork chop with braised potatoes, choucroute, sage and onion jus. To follow, the choice of puddings may well include their fabulous vanilla mousse, poached Kentish rhubarb, lemon balm and black sesame granola, or the famous 'tea and biscuits'—Earl Grey custard, lemon sable and milk ice cream.
As to wines, the list is extensive and well chosen, including many fine wines—as one might expect from a restaurant named Pétrus—and wines by the glass including a sensibly-priced white Bordeaux at £5.75. French red starts at £5.90 per glass, and a good Burgundy is £15.50. A half bottle of 2013 Chablis and a half bottle of American Sonoma Coast 2008 pinot noir are £26. Bottles start at £39 for a good Gérard Tremblay Chablis and £60 for a Julian Sunier Morgon.
It is all very good, and perfect for entertaining friends or business associates.
Prices correct at time of going to press. All include VAT; a discretionary service charge of 12.5% is added to the bill.
Lunch: Mon-Sat, 12 noon-2.30pm
Dinner: Mon-Sat, 6.30pm-10.30pm
1 Kinnerton Street
Tel: 020 7399 2960
Our Members have a VIP welcome and a private Chef's Tour of the kitchen after their meal.
To book your table call Member Services on 020 7399 2960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.