Based on iconic Motcomb Street, Pantechnicon is a six-storey dining destination in the heart of Belgravia. The ground floor plays host to the UK’s first Café Kitsuné, while downstairs lies the Japanese restaurant Sachi. One of the city's best kept secrets can be found on the top floor of Pantechnicon. Head to the rooftop to discover its beautiful botanical haven - the Roof Garden. Here, a stunning light-filled dining room filled with lush foliage and wooden furniture, as well as a cosy heated terrace outside, offers the perfect place to settle and unwind at any time of day, whatever the weather.
The Roof Garden’s menu is a celebration of seasonality. From breakfast and brunch through to lunch and dinner, guests can enjoy produce-led dishes prepared with the best local ingredients. Because it cooks according to the seasons, dishes on the menu change regularly – see sample menus below.
Examples of starters include burrata with hay baked beetroot, caramelised fig and pomegranate, and hand dived Orkney scallops with smoked celeriac and seaweed. Signature mains offer classics with a twist, such as Scottish lobster and Cornish crab linguine with shiso and nduja. Save room for dessert – you’ll want to try the rhubarb and vanilla Eton mess, or the Mayan red chocolate tart with peanut butter mousse for an indulgent way to round off the meal.
Elsewhere, Pantechnicon's Roof Garden offers set lunch menus, kids' menus, and a fantastic weekend brunch. The latter being the ideal way to unwind with friends or family after a busy week.
When it comes to drinks, carefully crafted cocktails and spritzes created by masterful mixologists are made with house infusions, botanicals, and exclusive spirits for elevated serves. There's also craft beer on tap, and a carefully sourced international wine list. So, next time you’re looking for some refreshing seasonal dishes and tempting drinks in a striking setting, Pantechnicon’s Roof Garden could be just the spot.