The Stafford Hotel is one of our favorites as well as our correspondent's. With a charming courtyard lined with rooms in converted stables (two-part doors intact) and an old wine cellar filled with great vintages and some WW1 artifacts, and attentive, but not obsequious service, the Stafford is a hotel worth returning to again and again.
Restaurants near The Stafford Hotel for Foodies
- 10.16 mi0.16 mi from The Stafford Hotel
Yummy, affordable and convenient (they are everywhere)! They have a wide selection of sandwiches and other food items that are packaged for dining in or take away. My boyfriend's personal favorite is the crayfish and rocket sandwich, it's a great snack for only about four quid.Popular withBudgetStudentsFoodies
- 20.12 mi0.12 mi from The Stafford Hotel
When you are visiting London, you must at least once go for high tea, and when you do, the Wolseley is one of the best places to do it. This is London at its finest. They serve amazing finger sandwiches (with the crusts cut off - hoorah!) - cakes, scones with clotted cream (one of the tastiest substances known to ...Popular withFamiliesFoodiesLuxury
- 30.22 mi0.22 mi from The Stafford Hotel3 reviews
Who knew sashimi (one of my favorite foods) could taste *this* good? With a dozen types of dishes on the menu (salads, mini sushi tacos, hot dishes), you'll have taste buds tickled you didn't even know you had.Popular withBusinessLuxuryFoodies
- 40.17 mi0.17 mi from The Stafford Hotel4 reviews
Great food!! but super expensive. Also full of escorts and over aged men checking out girls. So go with a big group of friends and share the big dishes.Popular withLuxuryTrendstersFoodies
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- 60.07 mi0.07 mi from The Stafford Hotel
Just adore this place, even though the dynamic duo Chris Corbin and Jeremy King have long since offloaded it. There's been a little bit of a facelift recently but much of the original charm remains, including the perilous trip downstairs to the loo - so watch the cocktails. Incredibly nice food and the whole thing run like a clockwork machine ...Popular withLuxury
- 70.24 mi0.24 mi from The Stafford Hotel
Having tea at Brown's English Tea Room is like having tea in someone's drawing room as opposed to an elaborate hotel. The tea room is cozy with fire places and sofas, the service includes the complete traditional afternoon tea with sandwiches and scones. A true English experience.
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- 100.13 mi0.13 mi from The Stafford Hotel
Pret A Manger IS AWESOMEEEE! My dad and I were staying at a hotel down the street, and were looking for a cheap, easy place to go to for breakfast during our 5-day stay in London. There were a ton of bakeries and cafes along Piccadilly Circus, but we decided to go to Pret A Manger since it looked pretty ...
- 110.18 mi0.18 mi from The Stafford Hotel1 review
The brasserie and oyster bar at this newly-opened private members club is one of London's hottest tickets right now (winter 2011). Arjun Waney - who also runs London restaurants Zuma and Le Petite Maison - is behind this place. Gwyneth Paltrow and designer Stella McCartney are doing their best to invite the right people in. Membership costs £1,500 per year ...
- 120.13 mi0.13 mi from The Stafford Hotel
Money talks and wealth whisphers at this denizen of the old British establishment. If you like your food overcooked and from a menu which is perenially 20 years out of date, you'll love it here. But that's not the draw for the loyal clientele who range from captains of industry to spy chiefs. Go easy on the wine list - ...
- 130.24 mi0.24 mi from The Stafford Hotel
The gourmet burger trend is alive and well in London. What makes Burger & Lobster a treat is the addition of the grilled and steamed lobster. They only serve three dishes: lobster, lobster roll, and burger. They all cost 20 pounds. I've heard the burger isn't worth the cost, but the lobster sure is. It's huge! A lobster comes with ...Popular withFoodies
- 140.11 mi0.11 mi from The Stafford Hotel1 review
German caterer Kofler & Kompanie's new time-limited restaurant rides the zeitgeist of pop-up venues appearing all over London: this one in the Grade II listed former home of the former East India Club is here from 9 May to 30 June 2012 only. Michelin-starred chef Giorgio Locatelli oversees the menu, alongside five other Italian cooks who have won similar acclaim: ...
- 150.18 mi0.18 mi from The Stafford Hotel1 review
Ask any Parisian in-the-know to trot of a list of the city's best bakeries and this'll likely be mentioned. Fear not Londoners, now we have our own off shoot hidden away on the fourth floor of this contemporary fashion emporium, overseen by Comme de Garcons' Rei Kawakubo. Cakes and quiches galore, but unlike the two branches in the City of ...
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- 170.19 mi0.19 mi from The Stafford Hotel1 review
Had lunch here last week and it was entirely credible. the Welsh rarebit was the best choice. Scallops were decent and the smoked salmon ordinary, but a very pleasant place to go for lunch if you want to avoid the crowds in Mayfair.Popular withLuxuryBusinessLocal
- 180.73 mi0.73 mi from The Stafford Hotel10 reviews
This place is amazing - you can't book if you have a small party which is annoying but the food makes up for the time spent queuing. I am really particular about Indian food (coming from an Indian family!) and it's incredible. TIP: Try the chilli cheese toast, calamari and Bollybellinis!Popular withFoodiesTrendstersNightlife
- 190.83 mi0.83 mi from The Stafford Hotel
I adore Ottolenghi. The chef, Yotam Ottolenghi, is a London institution, with a couple cookbooks outlining his inventive dishes. The salads and savory dishes are great, while the sweets are a whole realm of naughty delight in and of themselves. Definitely try the passion fruit tart. And they say the food is bad in England.Popular withFoodiesFamiliesVegetarian
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