Scott's is a name that resonates down the years (it is purported to be the second eldest restaurant in London, after Rules): an oyster warehouse founded by John Scott in 1851, by the time it moved to its current location in 1968 it was one of the most fashionable and glamorous seafood restaurants in town, famed as the site of Ian Fleming's discovery of the dry martini "shaken not stirred". Since its relaunch in 2006, Scott's has once again become the haunt of London's great and good and has been showered with awards. Martin Brudniski's refurbishment of both the restaurant and private room brought a feel of timeless Art Deco glamour to the spaces, reinforced by working specially commissioned from leading British artists. The all day menu in the restaurant also reflects its glittering heritage, serving the very finest traditional fish and seafood dishes alongside a variety of meal and seasonal game favourites in an atmosphere of urbane sophistication.
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