The British institution is the very definition of luxury, featuring an elegant dining room of chandeliers, traditional wooden panelling and plush seating booths.

Simpson’s in 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 the space in two of his stories - and the famous detective would be a good person to take a recommendation from, we reckon
Simpson's in the StrandPrepare for a quaint dining experience inside Covent Garden's legendary 5 star hotel, as Simpson’s in the Strand infamously deliver orders to your table on silver Carving Trolleys – a genius practice that interestingly developed to avoid distracting players during chess games.

Beneath the beautiful domed cases lies the most sumptuous cuts of meats that has given Simpsons in The Strand its famous reputation. From the 28 day aged Buccleuch Estate beef to Welsh lamb from Daphne's farm in the rolling hills of Wales, the roast is a must see attraction. 

Priced from £39 per person, the premium meat comes served with a range of classic sides done to perfection such as dripping roast potatoes and buttered Savoy cabbage.

Simpson's in the Strand, Sunday Lunch

Sounds good, doesn't it? Well, fortunately for you lucky Brunchers, we've just added this iconic venue to the site so you can make free online bookings to guarantee your spot for this historic roast dinner, the purest execution of the great British tradition. 

You can book Lunch in Simpson's at The Strand in the Savoy from 12:15pm - 2:30pm from Mon - Fri, 12:15pm - 3pm on Sat and 3pm - 4:30pm on Sunday.

You can find further details on how to book your spot here.

Where is it?

Simpson's in the Strand, The Savoy, 100 Strand,London,WC2R 0EW