Michelin-starred Fera at Claridge's is an experience inspired by the rhythms of nature. The name Fera, which means 'wild' in Latin, reflects both the primal influence of nature and the highly seasonal ingredients used in the kitchen.
Dynamic, responsive and infectious, Fera at Claridge's evolves with the seasons. All menus are carefully designed as a pleasing sequence of dishes designed to liberate the natural flavours and textures of the ingredients.
The interior of Fera has been created by British designer Guy Oliver to reflect the creative and natural style of the restaurant but without compromising the much-loved art deco glamour of Claridge's. Guy Oliver's unique approach is rooted in respect for architectural heritage, overlaid with distinctly contemporary style. His use of warm, natural tones of walnut, bronze and green connects the restaurant's deep understanding of nature with its urban setting in the heart of Mayfair.