Home to one of the most luxurious Sunday Lunch's in London, Simpson’s at the Strand has a long and illustrious history of serving classic British cuisine.
Simpson’s at the Strand opened in 1825 as a chess club and quickly became a famous spot for intellectual discussions. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, author of the Sherlock Holmes stories, was a regular and featured Simpson's in two of his stories.
A tradition of wheeling large joints of meat on elegant silver trolleys and carving them in front of guests developed to avoid interrupting intense games of chess - a practice that persists to this day, resulting in a uniquely quaint dining experience.
Their Sunday Roast, delivered on a legendary Carving Trolly, is a must. Simpson's use only the finest British ingredients. which can be tasted through every dish. Choose 28 days dry aged roast rib of Scottish beef to be delivered to your table, served with Yorkshire pudding, buttered Savoy cabbage, dripping roast potatoes cooked to perfection and of course, gravy. Alternatively opt for Daphne's Welsh saddle lamb, or any one of the sumptous Mains.
Situated in the bustling area of Covent Garden, Simpson's in the Strand is part of The Savoy.
12pm - 8pm
12pm - 2.30pm
- Sunday Lunch
- Private Dining
- Accepts Credit Cards
- Online Booking