A straightforward brasserie that’s entirely suited to its no nonsense five-star hotel home. Choose to sit either at the big communal table, where you’ll rub shoulders with an easy crowd enjoying simple plates of tapas washed down with cocktails. Alternatively, if you want a smidge of privacy, find a quiet table to one side or dine al fresco on the Liverpool Street terrace. The food offering sees starters like Caesar salad and pumpkin veloute. Move on to sharing boards of cheese and charcuterie and top off with burgers, slow cooked beef or fisherman’s stew. Weekend revelers will love the house Bloody Mary bar for a pick-me-up at Saturday brunch.