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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 (note the luxurious Wagyu beef), but the wide-ranging international menu also brings on board the likes of smoked duck and avocado salad,
fried Camembert with hot black cherries, Dover sole with French fries or salmon fillet with fennel, mushrooms and balsamic reduction. After that, find room for a classic pud – perhaps chocolate
fudge cake, Eton mess or tarte Tatin. Cocktails and snacks are served throughout the day in the bar.
Wolfe's is recommended for
3 courses and a glass of Prosecco;: £28.50
Includes Vat, excludes service