The Foyer & Reading Room
The Foyer’s grand art deco setting is as magical as the stars of stage and screen that have graced this glorious space over the last century. The Reading Room, with its inviting banquettes, is a more intimate dining space. Together, they are the perfect place to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner along with what many regard as the best afternoon tea in London.
Secreted inside the timeless glamor of Claridge's art deco interior, The Fumoir bar is the quintessential hidden gem. Slip into this seductive space and let our expert bartenders introduce you to a treasure chest of liquid history. Here, era-defining cocktails are twisted, forgotten classics are reconstructed and new passions are ignited.
Whether it's the setting for a post-show gossip with drinks, a leisurely pre-dinner aperitif or an intimate nightcap, this place soon feels very much your own. Regular guests cherish it as a precious mystery to be kept just for those in the know. We perfectly understand if you also want to keep it a secret.
Claridge’s Bar serves an impeccable selection of rare and exceptional drinks. From the finest vintage champagnes to sought-after spirits and wines, this connoisseur’s collection represents the best of their kind. Our knowledgeable staff source, prepare and serve the stunning selections as they are, or as cocktails expertly created and served within the effortless, elegant setting of David Collins’ stunning interior.
Davies and Brook
Stepping onto the London restaurant scene, Davies and Brook sees chef Daniel Humm come full circle. It was here, as a 15-year-old, that he first found his feet in Claridge’s kitchen. Now, more than 25 years later, Daniel returns with a single goal: to create the most delicious and gracious dining experience.
While sharing some influences with Daniel’s iconic Eleven Madison Park, the food, interior and feel of Davies and Brook combine to create a restaurant that’s entirely its own. The menu reflects London’s eclectic cultural scene. So alongside signature dishes, such as his duck glazed with honey and lavender, there are new arrivals: buttermilk fried chicken, also known as CFC, crispy rice with citrus-marinated yellowtail, and grilled short rib of beef with fermented mint. Blending British seasonality with global inspiration – with a few surprises along the way – this is food that leaves a lasting memory.
Mirroring the menus, the setting is relaxed yet refined. There is artwork by American artist Roni Horn, a body of work commissioned just for Davies and Brook. And at the heart of it all is the bar – headed by Bar Director and Daniel Humm’s long-time collaborator Leo Robitschek, it’s a buzzing spot for cocktails and small plates, drinks on the terrace or simply to soak up the Davies and Brook spirit. Just like the rest of the dining room, expect imaginative flavours and service with a personal touch.