Heathrow isn't exactly synonymous with good food, but the kitchen is stirring things up at Orwell’s brasserie. The menu (‘British meets international’) seems appropriate, although air miles are discouraged when it comes to sourcing sustainable ingredients. A starter of plump ‘black pearl’ scallops was silky & briny, shoulder of organic Duchy lamb, served pink, was sweet with notes of hay, although coconut & red chilli monkfish with prawns seemed a tad ‘curryish’. Puddings range from a toothsome treacle tart to dense chocolate fondant. The wine list roams the New World prominently, with many selections offered by the glass.
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