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Wolfe’s started out in Park Lane back in 1975, before graduating to this prime Covent Garden site just off Drury Lane – the ground floor of a listed building that was once home to the Royal Masonic
Trust for Girls. Inside, it’s flamboyantly done out with banqueting-style raised seating, gold-tinted mirrors covering the ceiling and panoramic views of the kitchen through a large window.
Signature burgers, steaks and grills are the main event, but the wide-ranging international menu also brings on board the likes of grilled chicken with salsa verde,
pan-fried salmon with mushrooms and fennel and seared seabass with tiger prawns and sauteed potatoes. After that, find room for a classic pud – perhaps chocolate
fudge cake, Eton mess or a panettone tiramisu. Cocktails and snacks are served throughout the day in the bar.
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