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Number Five Restaurant at Devonshire Club

 
Address5 Devonshire Square
London
EC2M 4YD
 
Web Addresswww.devonshireclub.com
 
Telephonesian@devonshireclub.com
 
MenuCuisine:
Modern British
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With breakfast and brunch members and their guests receive a complimentary mimosa, with all other valid meal periods member receives a complimentary glass of champagne, house red or house white wine when dining in Number Five Restaurant. Minimum of two courses, minimum of two diners on days shown. Please quote Luxury Restaurant Guide membership when booking. Includes entrance to the Club.

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Breakfast
Lunch
Afternoon Tea
Dinner
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  £32 avg
(Based on two people enjoying three courses)
 
EXCLUSIONS  
Standard exclusions apply.
 
Lunch : Monday to Thursday 12 - 6pm. Dinner : Friday 6 - 11pm. Weekends & Bank Holidays : Breakfast 8 - 11am, Brunch 11.30 - 4pm, Dinner Saturdays 6 - 10pm, Dinner Sundays 6 - 9.30pm.
Chefs Photo
Executive Chef  -  Adam Gray

Adam Gray has held a Michelin star as Head Chef at Rhodes 24 in Tower 42 for over a decade, co-owned the award-winning pub, The Red Lion, and became Director of The Shires Cookery School in the quaint village of East Haddon in Northamptonshire. Not only does Adam know how to tantalise your taste buds, but he supports wellbeing too. The Chef is also a Healthy Recipe features writer for Men's Fitness magazine.

Adam has curated an exciting range of modern-British dishes which mirror Devonshire Club's seamless fusion of history and modernity, using seasonal ingredients from the British Isles.


DESCRIPTION


Just a few minutes walk from Liverpool Street, The Devonshire Club is nestled in a quiet pedestrian square away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Residing in a 60,000 sq ft former 18th Century warehouse and spread over 5 floors, members and guests can enjoy the beautifully appointed 68 bedroom boutique hotel, three luxurious bars, two lounges, a wonderful garden room and, of course, the signature restaurant, Number Five. 


Spread over 5 floors, at the heart of the club is a stunning 110 seat brasserie with a huge marbled counter. A Champagne bar leads into a wonderful Garden Room and the Club has its own secret garden. On the first floor is the Library, the elegant Causerie, and Cocktail Bar. There are four private meeting/dining rooms. The Georgian building houses a well-equipped gym, weights room and yoga studio. 

The ground floor of Devonshire Club is dedicated to drinking, dining and entertaining, with our signature Number Five right at the heart of it. Headed up by Executive Chef, Adam Gray, the restaurant serves a range of fresh modern-British dishes. Illuminated by floor to ceiling, garden facing windows, this truly stunning environment seamlessly fuses history and modernity. Chef Adam, held a Michelin star as Head Chef at City Rhodes and then Rhodes 24 in Tower 42 over a decade. He has curated an exciting menu for Number Five using seasonal ingredients sourced from across the British Isles, reflecting his passion for healthy British food. 

The curated cultural programme of events and entertainment is designed to inform, inspire, and delight and offers exclusive access to an array of world-class performers, speakers, specialists and creatives from around the world. The Club really is an elegant addition to London life. 

Luxury Restaurant Club members can apply to join the Devonshire Club at an exclusive corporate rate. Price on application to sian@devonshireclub.com



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