The newly converted Just St James used to be the most expensive bank in London and following its revamp the building remains impressive. Its ornate interior which contains sweeping staircases, marble columns, raised terrace seatings and large balconies is certainly aimed to impress the business client and with its extensive menu they have catered for all tastes.
From Butternut squash soup to braised ox tongue and foie gras there is an eclectic mix of starters available. For the main course too, there is an equally wide selection, ranging from Dover sole and seabass to gnocchi. I would highly recommend the angus fillet steak which came with an appetising foie gras butter. Likewise, the comprehensive wine list with its varied choices (it even includes some English white from the owner’s vineyard,) manages to appeal to all palates, although the Brazilian Miolo Chardonnay seems to be a favourite.
Lunch from 12.00 – 15.00 and
Dinner from 18.00 – 23.00
12 St James Street, London SW1A 1ER