Restaurant in Sloane Square
Sloane Place is a boutique hotel, bar and ‘Modern British’ restaurant in Sloane Square. The interior is gorgeous with its teals, dark woods and retro browns, along with low hanging lights. It has a classy, sophisticated vibe and when we visited the service followed suit. We had the warmest welcome by the host and our waiter continued this next level service (even offering to hold the light for our picture!)
It wasn’t overly busy either which was really nice. It sure was the spot for a civilised yet relaxed dinner, and would have made a great location for an intimate birthday/celebratory dinner.
There is an extensive drinks menu featuring cocktails, mocktails, spirits, beer, wine and soft drinks – including all the classics. We were eyeing up a good old Aperol or Espresso Martini but decided to go with a bottle of wine to accompany our meals.
We opted for the house red (£28) which was a beautiful tempranillo & syrah blend. It was a medium red, not too light or too heavy and was delicious alongside our food choices.
The menu at Sloane Place includes a small selection of starters and an impressive collection of main options.. The options include the likes of burrata, a Lobster & prawn burger, grilled new season lamb cutlets and an Iced champagne mousse. It’s an eclectic mix of food types, which have been given a modern British touch.
The Roasted Padron Peppers (£5) with sauce vierge and toasted almonds were not quite as salty as we’re used to. However, they were delicious with the chunky fresh salsa style sauce and crunchy nuts.
The Beef Teryaki Gyozas with teryaki dip (£6) were superb. The beef was so rich and tender and there was so much flavour in those soft dumplings.
Choice for mains was tough, and even with recommendations from our waiter we still were spoilt for choice!
The Pan-roasted monkfish kebab with preserved lemon (£26) was a fantastic fish choice. The monkfish was meaty yet light and it had a beautiful, mild flavour which was complimented by the lemon. It was one elegant, seriously delicious main.
The Grilled new season lamb cutlets (£19) were just as superb. The cut of meat was really good quality and they were rich, tender and juicy, and cooked really well too. We enjoyed these alongside the skinny fries (£4) which were nice and salty, crisp yet fluffy.
We also tucked into Jersey Royals (£4) which came a la dente as should be, and the Wok-fried garlic-chili stem broccoli (also £4) which was really tasty too. You always need a bit of extra green!
We rounded our meals off with a couple of stunning, seriously tasty desserts. The Flourless tonka bean chocolate brownie with peanut butter ice cream (£7) was dreamy. The brownie was a little more crumbly than expected but very tasty. The ice cream had a peanut flavour and was SO creamy.
We were recommended the Warm ginger-coconut rice pudding with poached rhubarb and pistachio (£7) by the team, and we soon realised why. The rhubarb was a la dente, the rice pudding super creamy and light in coconut-ginger flavour. The pistachios added a lovely crunch and all-round it was one awesome dessert!
We had such a delicious meal at this restaurant in Sloane Square. The service was above and beyond, yet not too intrusive and the location was so cute and upmarket and it felt very sophisticated yet relaxed. The food was ALL superb and the wine was great too.
At roughly £110 with service on top for our three-course meal, it’s pretty reasonable for the whole experience. We would highly recommend adding it to your list – especially for a date night or special occasion!
East London Girl: Sloane Place
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