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Friend K in town meant that I got to be a London tour guide for a week and ahead of our lunch at the Savoy Grill, my fun fact of the day was: Traffic entering & leaving the Savoy hotel does so by driving on the right - one of the only places in the UK to do so. There’s a good Pub quiz question for you.The Savoy went through a £220m refurbishment a few years ago and while I wasn’t around to do a before/after comparison, the hotel interior is pure glam. Polished marble floors, opulent orchid floral arrangements, gleaming chandeliers and all this simply on the walk to the (Equally impressive) bathroom!...
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Having spotted a Time Out special deal for a set menu deal at the Savoy Grill, a friend and I were rather keen to try this out especially since we had heard so much about the renovations that had taken place and the time that it took.The deal turned out to be quite popular and we found it hard to make a suitable booking, but eventually a date was found and finally we were to try the Savoy Grill. We went for an early evening meal, but the evening didn’t start off well with the traffic against us, a late arrival was expected… not good!...
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Offered the Savoy Grill to review, I jumped at it. I was thinking about the Savoy of old, of course, a place of legend. A grown up sort of a place, somewhere you might be taken by your kindly uncle, up from the country to visit his stockbroker and who would repair afterwards to his club, for a snifter and a snooze. If you lived in a 1950’s film that is.According to a 1904 edition of The Times, the Savoy Grill was “where people go to eat a modest luncheon or to dine on the way to the theatre without spending too much time or too much money.” Hmmm. One of those still applies. Guess which?Seen as...
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The Savoy has special significance for me- my now husband and I had our first date at the American Bar almost two decades ago. Romance flourished over martinis and the rest, as they say, is history. When we were looking for somewhere special to take my mother in law for her birthday, we decided to book the Savoy Grill for Sunday lunch.London has many luxury hotels but I have always loved the glamour and character of The Savoy. The extensive restoration has freshened up the grande dome whilst retaining the opulence of the Art Deco and Edwardian era...
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