Churchill Bar & Cigar Divan
The elegant Churchill Bar and Cigar Divan boasts its own private entrance from Portman Square and provides guests with the finest selection of malt whiskies in London.
The decor and ambience is reflective of a private retreat dedicated to the pleasures of the leaf. Warm wood paneling and humidors are accented by rich fabrics and distinctive features.
The Churchill Bar and Cigar Divan drinks list includes 86 different varieties of malt whiskies, a large selection of cocktails, cigars and light snacks. Guests can relax to the accompaniment of live music between 8pm and midnight, Monday - Friday.
Non - residents will be charged a fee of £ 5.00 per person, for access to the bar or for remaining in the bar past 11.00 pm Monday - Saturday or past 10.30 pm on Sundays. This charge is made to comply with the UK's licensing laws.
Monday - Friday
11.00am - 2.00am (Residents)
11.00am - 11.00pm (Non Residents. After 11.00pm until 2.00am there
Locanda Locatelli - a family-run restaurant, with Giorgio running the kitchen and his wife, Plaxy, overseeing the front of house. Designs for the restaurant's interior, which seats 90 people, were created by David Collins. The essence of Giorgio's cooking
highlights the natural flavours of quality produce, much of which is imported directly from Italy. The menu includes dishes such as insalata di sgombro allo zafferano (baby mackerel with saffron and salad leaves), tortelli d'erbe selvatiche all'olio aromatizzato
(egg-free pasta parcel with wild herbs), coniglio al forno con polenta (rabbit with polenta and Parma ham) and polenta al vino speziato, pere, mousse di liquirizia (spiced wine polenta, pears and liquorice mousse). There is a particular emphasis on fresh pasta
and a variety of regional Italian breads, all of which are made daily on the premises. There are also a number of dishes which can be shared.
The wine list, which is exclusively Italian, has been put together by Giorgio with Massimo Folli, Head of the Association of Italian Sommeliers.
Chef Giorgio’s culinary talents have earned him an enviable international reputation, as well as a host of accolades including a Michelin star in 2003 (Giorgio’s second), which was retained in 2004 and Best Italian Restaurant at the Restaurateurs’ Restaurant
Awards for three consecutive years.
The Montagu offers tranquil views over a stunning picturesque garden, yet provides a vibrant setting to relax and indulge in a wide range of British ‘seasonal’ comfort dishes, all of which are prepared in a striking open kitchen.
Located on Portman Square, The Montagu is not only a welcoming restaurant for hotel guests but also prides itself on being a neighbourhood restaurant. The Montagu serves up a wide selection of wonderful, fresh dishes, with a mission to provide relaxed eating
for all those whose lives bring them into contact with the hotel and its neighbourhood.
The Montagu opens at 6.30am, offering a Full English or Continental breakfast and with last orders taken at 10.45pm, covers every meal of the day, whether it is a quick snack, a business lunch, a relaxed afternoon tea or dinner with friends and family. Well
loved dishes include; Stilton and Pear Tart with Quince Marmalade; Loch Fyne Mussels and Clams steamed in White Wine; Deep-fried Cod and Chips with Tartar Sauce; Rack of Lamb with Herb Crust, Mint Pea Pur&eactute;e and Celeriac Fondant; Black Cherry Pie with
Custard and Apple Tart with Honeycomb Ice-cream. The average price of a full three-course meal, with modest wine, is approximately £45 per person.