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From the beguiling jewel box design of the Mirror Room to a buzzy modern British brasserie and to the conversational Scarfes Bar and charming Edwardian courtyard terrace, Rosewood London offers the city's finest dining experiences. An ideal destination for romantic dinners or corporate entertaining, this historic London hotel offers an assortment of culinary experiences to remember.

The Macallan Manor House
After a long winter and as spring blooms, the rugged surrounds of River Spey banks burst back into life with the return of The Macallan Manor House at Rosewood London. Pass by dripping willow trees and delicate Scottish heathers into a secret retreat where dappled sunlight sets the scene of an idyllic Scottish Summer. Savor the taste of highland single malt scotch whisky in Captain’s Corner or beside The Macallan rowing boat whilst salmon fishers retire after a busy day on the river.

Holborn Dining Room
A grand brasserie set in midtown London, Holborn Dining Room serves up seasonal, locally sourced British cuisine with a twist in a vibrantly bustling dining salon. Combining reclaimed oak with antique mirrors, red leather banquettes with tweed detailing, and two patina copper-topped bars, this lively experience is ideal for enjoying a convivial meal with friends, a spontaneous pint of local lager and a burger, or a selection of crustacea and charcuterie paired with wine – all served by the friendly restaurant team. The menu, comprised of traditional British dishes made from the finest locally sourced ingredients, is divided into eight sections: Bar Snacks, Cold Counter, Hot Counter, Grill, English Kitchen, Sides, Sandwiches, and Afters.

The al fresco extension of Holborn Dining Room, The Courtyard Terrace is set in the serene Edwardian inner courtyard of Rosewood London. Guests can sit back and relax whilst enjoying a cocktail or two during the warmer months and a charcuterie board with a glass of wine during the winter months in this stunning enclave within the hotel.

The Pie Room
The Pie Room at Holborn Dining Room is a one-stop destination dedicated to one of Britain’s most iconic dishes. Spearheaded by Executive Head Chef and pastry expert, Calum Franklin, it is a treasure trove of savory delicacies, and somewhere for every food-lover to swing by and take away one of the beautifully intricate pastry creations. A pie kitchen by day a private dining room by night, the Pie Room is available for private hire, every evening and weekend lunches for up to ten people.

Mirror Room
A striking salon tucked away in the heart of Rosewood London, the Mirror Room is the social hub of the hotel, offering innovative, elegant dining, and traditional afternoon tea. A veritable jewel box of a dining room, with mirrors on the walls and ceiling, the tables are laid with exquisite Limoges china, sparkling crystal, and refined silverware. Whether meeting for a relaxed breakfast, light lunch, afternoon, tea or a decadent dinner, the Mirror Room is the place to see and be seen on High Holborn.

The meticulously crafted dishes include a seasonal array of delicacies, all freshly sourced and prepared whilst the friendly sommelier is always on hand to assist guests with wine pairings from a list focused on organic and biodynamic wines from both the Old World and the New. Early afternoons, the Mirror Room takes the tradition of British tea to new heights, with a selection of mouth-watering sandwiches and loose leaf teas accompanied by contemporary creations and time-honored classics.

Scarfes Bar
Drawing room conviviality, gentleman’s club sophistication and a creative cocktail menu give true meaning to the phrase ‘get scarfed’ at Gerald’s eponymous bar in London, replete with a roaring fire and shelves filled with over 1,000 antique books.

Scarfes Bar at the Rosewood

Embark on a journey through the great musical genres with ingenious cocktails inspired by Gerald Scarfe's iconic caricatures.