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Dinings SW3

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AddressWalton House
Lennox Gardens Mews
Knightsbridge
London
SW3 2JH
 
Web Addressdinings.co.uk/sw3
 
Telephone0207 723 0666
 
MenuCuisine:
Japanese
 
Members and their guests receive a welcome glass of champagne and a complimentary dessert bento box for lunch and a complimentary dessert bento box for dinner, when ordering from the a la carte menu on days shown. Please quote Luxury Restaurant Guide at time of booking. Not applicable with any other discounts or offers.

OFFER TIMES   CLUB SAVINGS
Breakfast
Lunch
Afternoon Tea
Dinner
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  £45 avg
(Based on two people enjoying three courses)
 
EXCLUSIONS  
Standard exclusions apply.
 
Lunch : Monday to Sunday 12 - 3pm. Dinner : Monday to Wednesday 6-10.30pm. Thursday to Saturday 6-11pm. Sunday 6-10pm.
Chefs Photo
Executive Chef Masaki Sugisaki


DESCRIPTION


A hidden gem located in a mews off Walton Street in Knightsbridge - a short walk from Harrods, Dinings SW3 resides in a Grade I listed building with its own private and discreet courtyard. The menu offers a distinct and contemporary blend of dishes including a Japanese take on a 'Plateu de Fruits de Mer' as well as Robata-style dishes from its Josper oven.


The food was originally based on the traditional Japanese Izakaya style of cuisine however, since opening, Dinings has created a new style of Izakaya; Japanese tapas which combines traditional Japanese with modern European cuisine.

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