All Food and Drink
La Dame de Pic London
Awarded one star in the 2018 Michelin Guide, renowned French Chef Anne-Sophie Pic brings her signature French cuisine to the City of London, creating unexpected flavour combinations.
Mei Ume offers traditional Chinese and Japanese dishes with a modern approach. Showcasing two of the greatest Asian cuisines under one roof, the restaurant presents a colourful selection of sushi, sashimi and dim sum, as well as Chinese main course dishes.
Perfect for after work drinks, pre-dinner aperitivo or a nightcap, the Bar offers an impressive menu of creative cocktails, refined classics and rare vintage spirits as well as delicious bar snacks to share.
Breakfast by Four Seasons
Offering an extensive menu with a wide selection of healthy options, Breakfast by Four Seasons makes for the perfect start to the day. Choose from our English Landmark, Continental or Well Being Breakfast or make a selection from the à la carte menu.
Four Seasons In-Room Dining is a relaxed and cozy dining experience within the comfort and convenience of your guest room or suite. Choose from an extensive menu – day or night – that is ideal for time-zone-hopping travellers, impromptu meetings or for quiet, private dining.
Come and mingle over live music sessions in the Rotunda Bar from 6:00 pm every Tuesday to Saturday while enjoying delicious cocktails and a selection of complimentary bar items from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm.
The Heritage Afternoon Tea
Served daily from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm under the beautiful domed ceiling of the Rotunda, The Heritage Afternoon Tea is inspired by the building’s rich history and connection to the tea route.
- Shakespeare and bites on Southbank
Delve into Borough Market, London’s oldest food market, before going backstage for a show at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.
- Get a flavour of Shoreditch
Start off the day with a traditional salt beef bagel and end it with a curry on Brick Lane, on a culinary tour of London’s East End.
- Fresh oysters in a Victorian setting
Sample the catch of the day at Sweetings, a seafood institution in the City of London, unchanged since the turn of the 19th century.