In a glamorous space once enjoyed by Wilde, Chaplin and Sinatra, Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill turns out English and French fare that reconfirms its status as a landmark of culinary London. For the Christmas season, there’s a special tasting menu, including the glazed omelette Arnold Bennett that was invented here, or a choice of three-course festive menus. Canapés such as steak tartare or chicken skins with whipped cod’s roe are offered for standing celebrations.
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