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Rivalling the Ivy as London's most adored destination for food, glamour and service in an elegant, stylish but unthreatening setting, the Wolseley must rank as one of the city's hottest hot spots full stop. Originally a 1920s car showroom, it then spent most of the last century as a bank. In 2003 the high-ceilinged interior was restored and reinvented as a café/brasserie/restaurant/bar, serving breakfast, lunch, afernoon tea and dinner to a genuinely mixed clientele, including ageing local business boys, ladies who lunch, souped-up riff-raff, luvvies, the cultured and the stylish, and the odd famous person. Food ranges from eggs benedict to burgers, from chopped liver to wiener schnitzel. It's nearly always busy, so book ahead. Refurbished January 2014.

Tags: $$ - Standard, European, Sunday Brunch, British

160 Piccadilly (Dover St)
London, England W1J 9EB

(207) 499-6996
Mon to Fri 7am—midnight; Sat 8am—midnight; Sun 8am—11pm


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