The Gilbert Scott
The Gilbert Scott is an elegant restaurant and bar, showcasing the finest British seasonal produce in the 19th-century surrounds of St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, and provides guests with the ultimate grand dining experience.View Private Dining Details
3 courses and a cocktail: £30
Enjoy 3 courses and a cocktail for £30.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 8 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 8 people
Starts: 1 January 2019
Ends: 31 March 2019
Availability: Sun 12:00-20:45
Mon-Tue 12:00-14:45 17:30-21:45
Wed 12:00-14:45 17:30-22:45
Thu-Fri 12:00-14:45 17:30-18:30 21:00-22:45
Went for my Girlfriend's 30th Birthday and it was a great experience. They included a Birthday Cake as a nice gesture free of charge. Service was great to boot.
Great location and food. Shame that wine is so expensive
I have to say I was a bit disappointed with The Gilbert Scott. I have dined at Tredwells a number of times and have really enjoyed it however I just didn't get that at The Gilbert Scott. Whilst the waiting staff were very nice, I felt they weren't very attentive. We had a drink from the bar as we sat down but it took until we had received our main course for the Sommelier to return with our wine. I really enjoyed my Jerusalem Artichoke soup but that is hard to get wrong. The vegetarian gnocchi was a bit dry, which was disappointing. It paired well with the wild mushrooms but felt like it had been sitting on a warming shelf. The bread and butter pudding desert was great. I was expecting more, so I won't be rushing back
Perfect 21st Birthday dinner for our daughter. The service, room, ambience and food were all just right.
Very disappointed as been here so many times, but Sunday lunch for my daughters birthday was very disappointing from start to finish
Great food & environment, services could be a bit better, on the pricey side.
We had a great meal for my mums birthday - thanks for having us
The dining room is spectacular. There is no music and the height of the ceilings swallow all conversation noise, so it is not buzzy but you feel very private. Our waitress was very friendly, knew a lot about the ingredients and showed us a really good time. Food was amazing, the chicken terrine, and mackerel starters were excellent. A crab salad starter was dressed in too much mayo and served in a bit of an awkward bowl. The venison main served with pumpkin puree and roasted squash was delicious. Sides of triple cooked chips and purple sprouting were very well done. My only wish is that they would announce the dish in full when they serve it as its hard to remember all the amazing locally sourced ingredients on the plate. All in all a very nice experience. It was our family's early Christmas dinner and was perfect for that.
This was nice enough but not wow. I loved the pigs head croquets but the roast chicken was 'meh'. Some crispy skin would have enlivened it.
Amazing atmosphere and ambience. Look forward to coming again next week.
Dinner was for 3, Had to wait for table as not ready at booked time. For main course we all ordered a steak all 3 were over cooked and had to go back. Waited circa 45 minutes for main courses to return. No apologies offered. Given that we paid £165 per person this restaurant is expensive, food and service was poor and very poor value. Wine list is extensive but very expensive.
Been many times, always thought it was pretty good and have recommended it to friends many times. Was really disappointed today as it’s lost it edge sadly. Food was disappointing and not up to usual standard. Some of the mains were ok but my duck lacked a sauce or something to bring the dish together and was quite basic.
The service was not up to previous experience and bar one waitress at the end the staff were not particularly friendly, engaged or polished.
I was greeted by a very friendly team member who looked after us very well. The drinks service was good and the waitress was very knowledgeable and happy to advise us on drinks etc. Unfortunately the food that we were served was lukewarm. I did not send it back because the restaurant was very busy. The seating also left a lot to be desired. The tables have large pedestal bases that do not leave you with many options where to put your feet. By the time I had sat for two hours I was feeling aches I did not have before. there were issues with the food that I have seen Marcus slate contestants on TV about, yet they were in the food served to me; not hot, lack of seasoning, and poor presentation, particularly in the starters. The staff did bring us out some mini deserts to mark the fact that it was an anniversary, I thought that was a nice touch. Overall I was not blown away by the experience, but I would go again, possibly on a less busy night.
The experience at this establishment was truly a pleasure. The ambience, food and service were all top notch. Even an issue with some cold coffees, the coffees were simply left at the service counter for too long, was resolved promptly and without fuss by the excellent service team. We shall certainly visit this fantastic venue again.
Great service. Good ambiance and food - on the expensive side
A wonderful place, lovely bar beforehand with skilled cocktail waiters. In the restaurant the food was amazing, the sommelier choosing perfect wines for each course too. I would absolutely go again
The restaurant was only about 30% full on a Sunday night. The food was disappointing: the sauce with the squab main too salty, the salad over-dressed. The chocolate mousse dessert was ok but not spectacular. The wine selection was the best thing about the dining experience, a mix of excellent old and new world producers.
Weird mix of formal yet inattentive service with rest average food
The welcome cocktail was really delicious and the staff friendly. Loved that there was s ready chosen wine with each course
A delightful evening to celebrate a birthday whilst passing through London en route for a break in Antwerp. We had the £30 dinner and all the food was delicious. We also chose to have the accompanying glasses of wine. They complemented the food very well. The alcohol was much more expensive than the food and this was a good alternative to having a very expensive bottle of wine which would not have worked well for one fish eater and the other meat eater. A memorable evening.
Excellent food and service but quite noicy
Everyone one in my group enjoyed their food, not my first visit and definitely not my last.
Very nice meal and aperitive.
Excellent set menu for 30. We were full at the end! Very nice place.
I booked lunch here so I could get a train straight after, the eurostar which is around the corner. I advised the restaurant of this on arrival and they assured me it would be ok. Overly relaxed service meant our order was not taken early enough and then my (very nice) salmon main course arrived 10 minutes before I had to leave. So, not great.
Otherwise it's a nice grand dining room suitable for a nice lunch with someone special.
Don't plan on the restaurant really engaging with a deadline, they proved themselves amateurish and unconcerned on this issue. I wouldn't attempt this again.
Impressive building and beautiful surroundings. Food average and lots of up selling - truffles on everything! You pay for chief's name and location.
superb in all aspects, we only had a small amount of time due to train time , all services were perfect!
We arrived an hour earlier than the booking and they were able to give us the table which was good. We had the set menu with a complimentary cocktail. All was very good. I had steak as the main and it was nice and tender. Would definitely go again
First rate. Great food, wine and arrive in an impressive setting.
Fantastic restaurant, second time here and still doesn’t disappoint
Food gorgeous, service second to none
Can’t recommend highly enough!
As a regular visitor to this restaurant it is always very consistent and provides high quality food and service
Great service with high quality food. Shame the wine is a little expensive
The set menu was great value. Beautiful surroundings and great food and service.
This was my 4th visit and in every way was as good as the 1st. The food is modern, inventive and beautiful to look at. Service is attentive but never feels intrusive. The surroundings are magnificent. My only slight disappointment is that the wine list, whilst exhaustive focusses too much on fine wine, rather than more affordable everyday wines.
Food was excellent but 2 of us ordered gluten free. Read and twice when this came to the table it was inedible. The first time it tasted though it had been blasted with a blow torch. The second was good, the third was dry like cardboard and the fourth was edible. For the price and the quality of the establishment that was not acceptable!
It’s a stunning venue and a great place to take clients
Food is I'd but no wow factor. Amazing surroundings and great staff and service. Fixed menu is great value for money but the wine is exceptionally expensive.
We dined in style for my friends birthday after securing a good 3 course meal with aperitif. Otherwise it would have been too expensive for our pockets. It was however a lovely experience as it is such an iconic place and the restaurant was charming. Although lighting low and atmospheric we had to use our mobile with torch facility to be able to read the menu choices. But all part of the fun I guess. Will definitely recommend.
We had a lovely reunion meal here and were well looked after. We had the menu offer of £30 for 3 courses and aperitif which was good value. The lamb chop was superbly cooked and the Bon Bon with it delicious . All flavours were excellent and variety of choices on set menu was good.
Very good food, service and ambience, spoiled a little by being placed inches away from a business foursome who talked loudly about problem issues with their project ( Crossrail) making it impossible to create and enjoy an intimate experience our special occasion.
We have just eaten at The Gilbert Scott for our 44th wedding anniversary. We have dined here before on several occasions and loved it but tonight was a huge disappointment . My husband’s seared mackerel starter was really under seasoned and was full of bones and my crab salad starter very ordinary. To the Main Course - my husbands seared pollack was cold and really didn’t pair well with the portobello mushroom - - my belly pork was not cooked well and the crackling was not crisp - fat not rendered well. The triple cooked chips were however excellent - the star of the meal. The staff were attentive and apologised for the bones in the mackerel. I really am so surprised at the poor quality of this meal. What has happened at The Gilbert Scott? A very expensive , very poor quality dinner!