Twisting history to its own ends, 140 Park Lane’s ‘chop house grill’ shuns the British beef of old London taverns for corn-fed American imports & a please-all menu of modern brasserie clichés. Aside from the Park Lane location, views of Hyde Park & frequent discounts, it’s unclear exactly what the draw is; certainly not an 8oz rib-eye with nothing but sauce for a hefty £28. Elsewhere, stabs at modern British are more successful & kindly priced; herb & spelt risotto with pumpkin purée & a plate of braised beef, mustard mash, carrots & peas both hover around £12.50, although the generally elevated prices don’t overly bother the corporate, international clientele. Sandwiches are offered at lunchtime, & the surprisingly low-key Sunday brunch buffet is worth investigation.
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