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Theo Randall, one of the nicest chefs in London, has celebrated 10 years at the Intercontinental with a refurb that is meant to channel the more relaxed mood of the 2010s rather than noughties fine dining: so out go the tablecloths and moody lighting and in comes an expanded bar and a lighter colour scheme. It still feels very hotel-ish, although no one has ever come here for the surroundings; rather, it’s Randall’s cooking that has all the unaffected charm that the decorators have strived for. The chef sources the finest ingredients and lets the quality speak for itself in dishes that don’t need to be messed with. Pasta has always been the star, eschewing clichés for fresh takes on the classics (plump ravioli stuffed with ricotta and cime di rapa, say), but there’s plenty else to please: pan-fried calf’s liver comes not only with sage and pancetta but also cavolo nero and earthy Castelluccio lentils, while a really excellent piece of Longhorn beef sirloin is used in a tagliata and juicy scallops are spiked with chilli, vinegar and anchovies. For something altogether richer, a baked Fontina cheese soufflé with spinach, cream and parmesan. An Italian wine list divided by season doesn’t seem the easiest way to get to grips with a tricky country, but there’s advice on hand from helpful staff. Notable private rooms, too.
From a set menu, 3 courses & prosecco £35,
Available: 04 November 2016
Max: 6 people
Expires: 04 February 2017
Maximum of 6 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service.
With the the growing trend for dispensing with formality and throwing out the white table clothes, restaurants in London are reinventing themselves and becoming more modern and fresh. Theo Randall at The Intercontinental Park Lane is one such place. I first ate there about seven years (pre-Mr S) and I really loved the food so I was excited to revisit and check out the recent changes at the Italian restaurant. Though it was a while ago that I last visited, I’ll always remember good bread and it lived up to my memories. A delicious crisp toasted sourdough was topped with beautiful fresh tomatoes and the focaccia...
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There&s something so exciting about a restaurant re-launch; a London institution that&s had a total redecoration and a brand new menu. There&s something amazing about the shiny, new venue in an iconic hotel and famous restaurant that&s too much to resist for me, so when Angie asked if I&d like to try the newly re-opened Theo Randall at The Intercontinental Hotel there was only really one answer!As I was a little early (I mean some things really are never going to change) I had a chance to appreciate the bright and airy decor before Angie arrived. I loved the clean look and the bright, friendly atmosphere. It...
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Theo Randall can be found inside the Intercontinental Hotel on Park Lane. Specialising in Italian cuisine, it’s a good shout if you’re looking for something a little more authentic in the heart of London.When we arrived, we decided to sample a couple of pre-dinner cocktails in the bar area. We opted for a ‘Martini di Amalfi’ - a lemon infused vodka cocktail with an interesting rosemary twist - and a ‘Bianco Americano’ - Cocchi Americano with pear vodka and pear puree.
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The private dining room at Theo Randall can seat 26 people (50 standing), while larger parties of up to 55 can be accommodated in a semi-private room; the two rooms can be combined to host parties for up to 80 (130 standing). It is also possible to hire the whole restaurant (200 seated; 250 standing).
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