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Tucked away beyond a staircase in the Andaz Hotel, 1901 is a “hidden gem” that rewards explorers with a grand former ballroom and an “excellent” British menu. These days, moves and shakes are provided by the cocktail bar at the room’s centre, while the stunning stained-glass dome sends all eyes skywards. British provenance is important here, so expect a concise choice to include Devon crab (served with cucumber and grapefruit, balanced by blackberry jelly) or Welsh duck terrine and brioche. Aberdeenshire beef might follow, or fish from Cornwall – perhaps a turbot, well-teamed with clams, blanched spinach and cep purée. Cheese and wine are strengths, too, with a dedicated table and an hourly ‘cheese o’clock’ afternoon menu, delivering four courses with appropriate matches. Once a month, the marble-clad room is decorated for dinner with candles, but it’s back to business at lunchtimes via an express menu. A good-value, glamorous multitasker.


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  1. Published : Friday, 11 July 2014

    The Hedonist :: 1901 Restaurant at Andaz – Review

    Social concierge service Lime and Tonic sets up unique dining experiences, social brunches, creative date activities, pop-up events, and more for its members and they had asked Fiona from London Unattached and The Hedonist to test out their menu deal for 1901 restaurant at Andaz Liverpool Street hotel. At £29 for three courses plus a glass of Veuve Cliquot champagne it seemed like a steal.
    I have some history with the dining room at 1901. The space used to be the ballroom for The Great Eastern Hotel, one of the great Victorian railway hotels dating back to 1884. Sir Terence Conran and his partners bought the...
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  1. Published : Monday, 23 February 2015

    Luxury Columnist :: Alluring Andaz - Luxury Columnist

    Entering Andaz 1901, you leave behind the hustle and bustle of Liverpool Street for an altogether more serene experience. Opened in 1884 as the Great Eastern Hotel, it was designed by Charles Barry Junior whose father designed the Houses of Parliament. The dining room was the original railway hotel’s ballroom and has an impressive stained glass dome. Beautifully lit, it is interspersed with a bar area. This gives the place a certain buzz and relaxed vibe which we particularly appreciated.
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