- Traditional British fare par excellence is served at this quintessentially English establishment. The spacious, panelled room and exemplary service still sparks off nostalgia for older diners and epitomises English traditions for the visitor—Winston Churchill was a regular diner at The Savoy's formal dining room. It's the perfect place for a carnivorous lunch and, not surprisingly, wonderful roasts and grills are served, along with sensational seasonal game and well-prepared fish. Men must wear a jacket and tie when dining here, and tables must always be booked.
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