All Food and Drink
- La Dame de Pic London
Anne-Sophie Pic brings her Michelin-starred signature French cuisine to the City of London, creating unexpected flavour combinations.
- Mei Ume
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 Chinese main course dishes.
- Rotunda Lounge
Presiding at the heart of the Hotel, the Rotunda Lounge is a stylish and elegant venue set beneath a beautiful domed ceiling.
- Rotunda Bar
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.
- 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.
- In-Room Dining
Four Seasons In-Room Dining is a relaxed and cozy dining experience within the comfort and convenience of your guest room or suite.
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.