Theo Randall at the InterContinental
The restaurant is proudly informal and unpretentious, with back-to-basics menu highlights including handmade pasta and wood roasted meat and fish, which in Theo's words is, "A million miles away from the complicated fancy fare you would normally expect to eat in Park Lane".
Since its launch, Theo Randall at the InterContinental has won numerous awards including Best Italian Restaurant of The Year from the London Restaurant Awards, Best Italian/ Mediterranean over £50 in Harden’s 2013, and the highest ranked Italian on the Sunday Times Food List 2013.
As one of London's most sought-after locations for events and private dining, Theo Randall at the InterContinental presents a variety of dining options. Choose from a dining room for up to 22 people, a semi-private dining area for up to 50 people or the entire restaurant for up to 170 people.View Private Dining Details
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Sat 5:45PM - 10:30PM
Everything about the evening was superb, from the restaurant itself, to the quality of all the dishes served and the friendliness and relaxed efficiency of the staff. As particularly praiseworthy, we would single out our sommelier, Roberto, who was charm personified. We were particularly impressed that a separate vegan and vegetarian menu were available as set menus to cater for our group. We will definitely be returning.
Simply the best, had waited for a long time to go and did not disappoint. We even met Theo and had a visit to his domain. Very impressive service, it’s the way things should be.
Went for the fixed price (£49) Sunday Brunch. Range and quality of the food was outstanding. Bottomless Prosecco was plentiful and good quality. The Antipasti buffet was so extensive that we would happily have paid just to eat that. We had to skip the Porchetta and Crepes as we were just too full.
Top tip: The main courses are sharing dishes meaning you choose 1 dish for 2 people to share. We had 1 veggie and 1 carnivore so this was potentially a problem. However, the fantastic staff dealt with it by letting us order different main courses. Excellent!
This place is just fantastic and I recommend you go.
Superb food and staff. A fantastic lunch spot in town.
I went with my husband and we had a fantastic evening. The food was delicious and our waitress, Katie, was delightful. So helpful and attentive, the service was brilliant. We will definitely be back!
I was dining alone and the staff made me feel like family. I especially want to comment about the Sommelier, Umberto. This gentleman is amazing. Not only knowledgeable but friendly and helpful. My meal of Truffle Soufflé, followed by lamb and then a marvelous cheese course....exceptional! Thank you
Fine but very slow service, very pleasant but slow.
We have been to the brunch several time snow and find it an excellent way to catch up with friends in a relaxed and friendly environment with delicious food and nice service.
We dined on a Saturday evening & the restaurant was busy. None the less service was good. The food was excellent - always plenty of it and tasty. As ever the bread offered was sublime.
Sebastian our table server was excellent.
Overall food very good and atmosphere relaxing
Quality food and reasonable cost bearing in mind the location and being part of a top Park Lane hotel
Food and wine on the set menu plentiful and delicious. Service excellent.
Recommend this place.
Superb evening...flawless service and impeccable attention to detail. Yet another memorable night!
Booked by my children as an anniversary present for my wife and me. This was a thoroughly enjoyable experience. Relaxed atmosphere good food and lovely service.
Was disappointed. Hoped for so much more. Food lacked flavour and pasta overcooked
Good lunch spot!
Excellent service and food. Staff were very attentive as we had 2 people with food allergies in our group. Thank you for a lovely birthday dinner!
Excellent Sunday multi-course menu. Everything first class with a special mention for the ravioli and the porchetta. Outstandingly good value with or without the bottomless booze.
This restaurant's food is very good but perhaps a little too much butter in the dishes and portions a little too large. The service was very good. Compared with the Mexican restaurant in the same hotel it is more expensive which is difficult to justify.
Good quality food with nice menu
I have been to brunch on many occasions and was disappointed taking our friends there this weekend with the changes that have been made
I felt the service was rushed and was quite impolite when talking through how it works now and that we only had 90 minutes
Pasta used to be served to each person after the cold buffet but it was put on one plate in the middle of the table whilst we had food we were eating
It was also difficult to share mains between two as we all would have chosen different dishes
I feel that it did make for a special occasion anymore
I have been to Theo Randall 4 times and I enjoyed it thoroughly. Will go again anytime. Everything is except!! Mrs Oliver
Delicious food, excellent value 3 course set menu including half bottle of wine. Choices were ample and Devine.
My favourite restaurant never disappointed great food thank you
This is such a fantastic experience, the food and service are always excellent.
Birthday lunch at Theo Randall on a Friday and the restaurant was a little quiet. Super pasta dishes and the Amalfi lemon tart was outstanding. The waiting staff are lovely and look after you very well.
Great food and service , made my guests feel really special
This restaurant never fails. The food, the service, the staff just about everything is absolutely wonderful. We have been to this restaurant many, many times and always enjoyed ourselves.
Very nice restaurant
Food wonderful. Service bitty and sporadic. Three hours from beginning to end for dinner. Lots of staff but didn’t know who was supposed to be serving our table as lots of different faces. Had notified when booked that it was my husband’s birthday - no mention of this and as service so odd decided to keep my mouth shut.
Good location, good food, service is pleasant but inefficient
Some of the best Italian food I've eaten anywhere. The service was great and the off peak set menu is excellent value. Will go again.
I had an exceptional meal at Theo Randall’s. The first course of squash ravioli in sage butter was one of the most delicious pasta dishes that I’ve ever tasted. The lamb as second course was perfectly roasted. The service was very professional and courteous. I look forward to dining there again !
I was looking forward to trying this restaurant but was very disappointed with the food and service. Both my dishes came out totally different to the menu description, the appetizer ordered was a pasta and the kitchen sent out a risotto! My main dish was supposed to be a wood fired medley of roasted vegetables and I got a dish of fried tempura vegetables! On questioning the waiter he offered no apology and did not even try to rectify the mistakes! As we had a guest dining with us it was uncomfortable situation. Will never eat here again, what a shame that a great chef has his name on this type of restaurant!!
Our meal here was fine, but not special in any way. Unfortunately, the restaurant was just rather lacking in atmosphere. It didn't help that it was just bare tables, no tablecloths. Admittedly it was a Monday night dinner, but it was only about a quarter full. And it suffers from the problem that it is a restaurant inside a large hotel, so many of the other diners were business people or families who had come there to eat just because it was the hotel restaurant downstairs from their room so they didn't have to go out. And that's what it felt like. But other big London hotels do manage to create an intimate, special vibe in their restaurants, so it is possible.
On the plus side, the staff were all universally friendly and charming. However, service was very slow. We had to wait forever for our main courses, and no one came to acknowledge this. When we asked if they were coming anytime soon, the waitress told us that there was a very large private dinner in another room, so the kitchen had been busy with that.... The food is italian, and it was all cooked perfectly okay, but there was nothing amazing about any of it. My antipasto starter was just a boring plate of mixed salad leaves with a few pieces of tomato and goats cheese. I make a much better salad than that for my lunch most days. And when I go out, I want to eat food that's better than I make myself.
We had a cocktail each beforehand in the Arch bar. This just basically turned out to be an open plan space that is an extension of the hotel lobby. So zero atmosphere, and hotel guests at other tables having coffee and business meetings. We had the Open Table set price menu for dinner, and together with a cocktail each the whole thing cost £140. Which would have been fine if any of it had just felt a bit more special. I wouldn't recommend it for a date, but if you just want a quiet low-key dinner with colleagues it would maybe fit the bill.
Great value food and service. Theo was a great host and took time to chat with our table and introduce the chefs. A perfect birthday treat for our guests.
Met friends for brunch and had a lovely time. The food and drinks pairings very generous for the price and the quality of the cooking is excellent. Can’t wait to go back!
Food is great, good size portions of splendid Italian food! Love it!
From the minute you enter the hushed loveliness that is Theo Randall’s restaurant to when you leave, full to bursting having eaten the most delicious food, the experience is one that you will want to repeat again and again.
The staff are lovely, attentive, but not overly so. The food is just sublime.
I think this is my favourite restaurant in London. I have never had a bad or even mediocre experience. It is always fabulous!