Moncks is an all-day brasserie with a menu that focusses on produce-led dishes executed and presented to the high standards that one expects of a top West End restaurant.

From the team behind the unique and luxurious Chinese dining concept, Park Chinois, Moncks is a very different foodie destination. However, they both share the same ethos on quality and expertly sourced ingredients.

The inspiration behind the name comes from Christopher Moncks, who was a 16th Century local maverick who owned the sprawling estate of Clarendon House, which included Dover Street, Albemarle Street and Bond Street. His sense of fun and adventure, and his unique character, is why his name has been honoured by this new brasserie.

Open from 7:30am to midnight, every Monday to Friday and from 9am and 10am respectively at the weekend, the menu will reflect a combination of classic dishes alongside those which are influenced by the cosmopolitan tastes of the capital. Both the service and venue are relaxed, attracting visitors throughout the day, from business breakfasts to power-lunches and evening cocktails. At Moncks, whether you are sipping a martini at the bar before dinner, or sampling one of the kitchen’s signature dishes in a cosy booth, the atmosphere promises to be buzzy and unpretentious.