Perched up high on the rooftop of the Peninsula Hotel, Brooklands is a modern British restaurant overseen by acclaimed chef director Claude Bosi. With its own private entrance and lift you can zoom right up without any hassle and admire the killer views of Hyde Park and surroundings.
Inside, the restaurant has been designed as a celebration of British aviation and motorsport history - the name is taken from Brooklands motor-racing circuit in Surrey, and the restaurant itself is decked out with pieces of British aviation and motorsport history, ranging from a scale-model of the iconic Concorde suspended from the ceiling of the main dining room, to a vintage Napier Railton - the race car that smashed the speed record at Brooklands back in 1933. The bar features yet more artifacts of automotive history, honouring the legendary motor circuit. There are also two private dining rooms
With chef director Claude Bosi and chef de cuisine Francesco Dibenedetto at the helm, Brooklands is in good hands on the food front too. Bosi brings his signature French fine dining to the rooftop restaurant, blending Gallic flair with outstanding British ingredients. You can expect Brooklands to pull out all the stops in the pursuit of luxury, from service to food to extensive wine list, featuring some fine vintages.
Meanwhile, floor to ceiling windows ensure that guests can enjoy incredible views across London no matter where they're sitting in the restaurant. If you want to take the experience one step further, step out onto the al fresco terrace and enjoy dinner under the open sky, with views that stretch in all directions.