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Fantastic experience, the food was tasty !!!!!!!!! MoreOpenTable Diner -
We love spending time at the Royal Horseguards Hotel especially the lounge yet this was the first time we'd tried the afternoon tea. Having been to a number of London's afternoon tea hotspots I wasn't let down with this one. Not a huge range of teas yet plenty to keep you going, and the sandwich/scones/cake tray was wonderful. The food was so well put together and just delicious. The lounge itself is cosy and comfortable yet elegant. There are not too many tables and it's not really noisy yet has that lovely background chat that makes you feel like you're out for a rather special treat. I would go again with friends or family for the afternoon tea for sure. Also, they didn't think twice about giving us boxes to take some cakes away with us as we couldn't eat everything supplied. Given that waste is never good - this was a really positive touch. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Let me be clear, this is the second time I have eaten here and have only dined on the outdoor terrace so can not speak to the actual indoor restaurant. This time it was a smoother path to getting seated outdoors (since that is specifically where we booked to sit). It was a pleasant day though not too sunny. The service was good and my food was tasty. It was never hard to get the staff's attention so it was an enjoyable meal overall. I like the setting as it is outdoors but secluded too. There are umbrellas to shade you if the day is too hot but plenty of spots to sit directly in the sunshine if there is any wand you choose to do so. If you want an guaranteed nice setting on a nice day I'd definitely recommend booking here on there terrace specifically. MoreOpenTable Diner -
A stylish destination bar near Embankment.
With its eclectic fabrics and decor, Equus recreates the ‘gentlemen’s club’ atmosphere of the hotel’s past, and celebrates our rich history with a range of contemporary cocktails named after famous former guests, including the George Bernard Shaw, Lord Kitchener, Winston Churchill and William Gladstone.