Always nice to go to The Savoy and haven't been since Ramsey took over. Decent social distancing without too much loss of atmosphere. Service seemed a bit confused , but was being carefully monitored and corrected. Menu reminded me of the old Ivy with a bit of old school mixed in. Had monkfish which was ok, slightly tough even for monkfish; my friend had the Arnold Bennett and steak which he said was great. The set menu is good value for a treat and worth a trip.
This restaurant is one of the restaurants selected by Ctrip Gourmet Lin. Reservations are required here. My personal recommendation is to make reservations 3 days in advance. It would be better, so that it can be arranged in a better location. The most recommended dishes are steak and mullet desserts.
I stayed at the Savoy Hotel and saw many people come to eat the buffet every day, so I found a time to eat too. It was really good, very cost-effective, and the steak inside was good. Just can't eat it.
The lobby of the restaurant can be said to be magnificent. The huge crystal chandeliers are very eye-catching. The dishes are also very exquisite. Even the side dishes are said to be exquisite and the taste is not bad. It is a recommended restaurant.
The Savoy Grill rummaged through the restaurants in London, and finally discovered a Beef Wellington shop. This shop is relatively pure and belongs to Gordon Ramsay~ The meat quality of Wellington is great, but the pastry wraps are not so tight. Attributable to the on-site display Ps. The waiter in this shop is simply omnipotent, knows how to cut layers, do crêpe, and play with fire on the spot.