London's Town Hall Hotel seems to be the place for great restaurants. First came Viajante which is now replaced with The Typing Room, named after the building's original typing room in which all communications from the mayoral, council and judicial system were put to ink.
Lee Westcott's creative menu of modern European cuisine consists of five snacks, five starters and five mains, all made with local and seasonal British produce, with a six-course tasting menu is also available.
Pure, natural and honest cooking, presented in a relaxed atmosphere. The setting is quietly stylish with teal walls, muted greys, touches of elegant white marble and pale wood furnishings and an open kitchen.