Welcome to the Park Room at Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel. For generations,The Park Room has been a bastion of Englishness, one of the city’s quintessential destinations for an elegant and refined Anna’s Afternoon Tea.
Lesser known, is that it also holds one of London’s most exciting Cocktail Lists and the finest Champagne collection.
Hand crafted and lovingly prepared, our Park Room Cocktail List created by our Bar
Manager, Filipe Sequeira, leans heavily on floral nuances drawn from our prestigious heritage and location next to London’s world famous Hyde Park. Clean and pure flavour combinations have made the Park Room a top destination for glamorous evening soirees for many of London’s High Society.
Expertly collated and stored, The Park Room’s distinct Champagne List is the desire of many of our contemporaries. Offering a rare and exciting selection of Vintage and non- vintage Champagne drawn from some of the world’s most respected and revered houses. We have carefully chosen eight Champagne houses who have partnered closely with us to purvey their finest products, that define the true style of the house.
We hope that you will find some true inspiration in our beverage collection and that you might share as much fun and curiosity in choosing from it as we had in creating it.
Blackdown distillery, like Marriott is a family run business with its roots dating back to 1985 when our winery-distillery was originally founded.
Today, it is an innovative award-wining producer of finely crafted spirits, creators of unique drinks striving for quality, refinement and provenance.
Nestled within the picturesque foothills of Blackdown Hill,
South Downs National Park, West Sussex.
The luxurious collection of distinctive spirits are handcrafted in small batches in the oldest winery-distillery in Sussex, can only be described as poetic,
set amid a sprawling ancient woodland near where Lord Alfred Tennyson once lived;writer of such epic works as Charge of the Light Brigade.
The surrounding 40 acres of ancient woodland are bursting with Silver Birch trees, which are the inspiration for the first ever, Sussex Dry Gin,
Silver Birch Vermouth and Silver Birch Vodka.
We are delighted Grosvenor House has commissioned Blackdown to craft their own gin exclusively for the Park Room.
The Serpentine gin brings a classic floral bouquet of botanicals including Bay Laurel combined with a unique taste of the SussexCountryside and the Royal Hyde Park.
|Blackdown “Serpentine” gin, rose syrup, black cherry liqueur, raspberry lemonade, rose water crackers|
|Absolute Elyx vodka, violet and white sour cherry liqueur, Silver Birch vermouth, sweet violet droplets, Lurgashall blackcurrant, violet and lemon oil|
|Campari, Cocchi Americano, grapefruit bitters, Champagne rosé,ruby grapefruit and Campari ice|
|Altos Plata tequila, agave nectar, lemongrass, ginger beer with malted barley and lemon, stem ginger|
|Blackdown “Serpentine” gin, lavender and earl grey syrup, lemon, lavender bitters, Champagne|
|Beefeater 24, honey and chamomile syrup, darjeeling tea and chamomile droplets, mead liqueur, Champagne|
|Blackdown “Serpentine” gin, jasmine syrup, white peach, lemon, egg white, picoya sweet green peaches, Champagne|
The Royal Green Jacket
|port, whiskey, molasses bitters, fresh mint, green sherbet
all Champagne cocktails feature Perrier Jouet
Grosvenor house has acquired a special selection of Gins from the 1970`s for all the Martini lovers.
Select from these historic Gins and infuse it with our vintage Vermouths and leave it to our bartenders to craft your unique Martini
|1970`s Gordons`s Special Dry London Gin||40|
|1970`s Grant`s Special Dry Gin||40|
|1970`s Tower of London Dry Gin||43|
Twist you Martini with
|1949-59 Cinzano Grand Liquore di Santa Vittoria`||39.5|
|1950`s Martini & Rossi Dry Vermouth||30|
|1950`s Martini Rosso||16|
All our Handcrafted Vintage Cocktails are priced at £29
|Elderflower infused with rosemary, fresh squeezed lemon juice, elderflower tonic. Served with a lemon sorbet|
Must Bee Honey
|Rowse British manuka honey, lemon, blackcurrant and hibiscus syrup, cranberry, mint, soda water|
|Kiwi, celery, apple juice and almond syrup|
Wild and Free
|Wild berries, passion fruit, elderflower sage, fresh squeezed lemon juice, lemonade and cranberry juice|
|Cloudy apple and Yorkshire rhubarb with cinnamon
Cloudy apple and Yorkshire rhubarb with cinnamon
Sicilian lemonade and English elderflower with crushed juniper
Sicilian lemonade and English elderflower with crushed juniper Wild strawberry and Scottish raspberry with cracked black pepper
Wild strawberry and Scottish raspberry with cracked black pepper
Other Sodas and Mixers
A discretionary service charge of .5% will be added to your bill. All prices include VAT.
Champagne has been the wine of celebration and consolation for centuries.
Until the mid-19th century, Champagne was quite sweet,
for reasons of commercial expediency.
To meet the increasing demand, the Champagne houses added a high dose
of sugared liqueur to the liquid, so that they would be drinkable
within twelve months of harvest.
But by the 1860’s, a few houses had begun to label their wines “dry” in response to a new trend, forested by the British, towards a drier and more
mature type of Champagne.
There is more complexity to Champagne than we are aware of.
In this menu, vintage Champagne takes on a new meaning and we are privileged to take you back to 1982 to discover some of the rare and unique vintages available up until the present day.
Quote: A Drinking Song by William Butler Yeats, 1910
“Wine comes in at the mouth
And love comes in at the eye; That’s all we shall know for truth Before we grow old and die.
I lift the glass to my mouth,
I look at you, and I sigh”
|NV||Perrier Jouët Grand Brut||16|
|NV||Perrier Jouët Blason Rose||19|
|NV||Perrier Jouët Blanc de Blanc||21|
|NV||Nyetimber Classic Cuvee Multi Vintage||18|
Founded in 1811 in Epernay, Maison Perrier-Jouët is one of France’s most historic champagne houses, but also one of its most distinctive, renowned for its elegant floral champagnes which reveal the true essence of, the Chardonnay grape. A free spirit in Champagne, Perrier-Jouët has been profoundly, influenced by its founders’ love of nature and art – twin inspirations which allow it to create, exceptional experiences and moments of beauty and wonder.
Appropriately, a House whose champagnes would celebrate life’s precious moments
began with a wedding: that of Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët
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create, exceptional experiences and moments of beauty and wonder.
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emblematic grape which, right from the start, would be synonymous with Perrier-Jouët.
In keeping with its free spirit and meticulous attention to detail, Perrier-Jouët has
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tailor-made cuvées for individual clients or markets. In 1846, it laid down a landmark in the history always created tailor-mof cahdamepacgunevbéyedsevfeolorpinigntdheiwvoirdldu’safirlstclilgihetlny stwseeoternemd caurvekeefotrsB.riItinsh c1h8a4m6pa,gnietlovers,
who preferred drier styles. In 1902, Art Nouveau master Emile Gallé created the delicate spray of
laid down a landmark in the history of champagne by developing the world’s first
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As Perrier-Jouët seventh cellar master, I am delighted to perpetuate its heritage and to partner with
1902, Art Nouveau master Emile Gallé created the delicate spray of Japanese white
the Governor House. I hope you enjoy our floral and intricate cuvées in these beautiful surroundings.
anemones that would become the iconic emblem of Maison Perrier-Jouët and its legendary Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque vintage cuvées.
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and to partner with the Governor House. I hope you enjoy our floral and intricate cuvées in these beautiful surroundings.
Cellar Master – Perrier-Jouët
|NV||Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut||75|
|NV||Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé||95|
|NV||Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blancs||125|
|NV||Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Prestige Cuvee||250|
|2004||Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs||575|
|2006||Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé||350|
|2007||Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque||325|
|2008||Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque||315|
|2011||Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque||270|
|NV||Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut Magnum||170|
|2011||Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Magnum||520|
For over 30 years, Nyetimber has had a single aim: to make the finest English sparkling wine, one to rival the very best in the world. A true pioneer, Nyetimber was the first producer of English sparkling wine to exclusively grow the three celebrated grape varieties: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. Nyetimber is made from one hundred percent estate-grown grapes and is regarded
as England’s finest sparkling wine.
Nyetimber uses only its own grapes from its own vineyards, each of which was deliberately selected to be south-facing with either sandy or chalk soils. Nyetimber vineyards enjoy a special microclimate that shelters our vines from coastal winds to ensure the ideal conditions for optimal ripening.
Prior to harvest, the grapes are tasted to ensure the best flavour development before picking. Every single grape is picked by hand at the optimal time,
a decision that is made on a parcel by parcel basis.
All wines are crafted according to the strict rules of the traditional method, aged for extended periods of time on the lees and given post-disgorgement time before release. Nyetimber wines have successively won gold medals at prestigious international competitions. We have selected some of these extraordinary back vintages
for your enjoyment.
|NV||Nyetimber Rose Multi Vintage||80|
|NV||Nyetimber Demi Sec||80|
|NV||Nyetimber Classic Cuvee Multi Vintage||73|
|NV||Nyetimber Classic Cuvee Multi Vintage Magnum||150|
|2013||Nyetimber Tillington Single Vineyard||180|
|2010||Nyetimber Classic Cuvee Magnum||157|
|2009||Nyetimber Classic Cuvee||80|
|1998||Nyetimber Classic Cuvee||110|
|2010||Nyetimber Blanc de Blancs||80|
|2007||Nyetimber Blanc de Blancs||210|
|2003||Nyetimber Blanc de Blancs||220|
|1998||Nyetimber Blanc de Blancs||280|
Our aim at Champagne Deutz is to produce cuvées of understated excellence. Founded in 1838, our House is situated among the vineyards of one of the region’s greatest villages: Aÿ-Champagne. Here we source grapes from the finest crus to produce small quantities of exceptional Champagne, always striving for the traditional Deutz style of finesse and balance.
Deutz was founded in 1838 through the association of William Deutz and Pierre-Hubert Geldermann. Convinced that a fine vineyard was the cornerstone of great wines, they started buying top quality plots and making wine. It was not long before Deutz had an international reputation, during the late 1800’s it was the Champagne of choice for the British Royal Family, gracing dinner tables at many royal functions and being the Champagne served to guests at Queen Victoria’s Jubilee in 1887.
We are immensely proud of our history at Deutz, reminding ourselves that everything we do today must be true to the values of those that have preceded us. It makes me particularly happy to be working with Grosvenor House, whose rich and long history includes many enviable royal connections of their own. I find many similarities between Grosvenor House’s motto of “Excellence without extravagance” and our own aims stated at the top of this page. I hope that as you sit in these wonderful surroundings and taste our cuvées you will appreciate the fruits of our collective endeavours.
Chairman & CEO, Champagne Deutz
|1989||Deutz, Blanc de Blancs||250|
|2008||Deutz, Blanc de Blancs||120|
|NV||Deutz Brut, Rosé||90|
|2009||Deutz Brut, Rosé||120|
|1990||Cuvée William Deutz||490|
|1999||Cuvée William Deutz||156|
|2000||Cuvée William Deutz||160|
|2002||Cuvée William Deutz||139|
|2003||Amour de Deutz, Rosé||200|
|2005||Amour de Deutz, Rosé||200|
|2006||Amour de Deutz, Rosé||230|
In 1732, a substantial detached house was built on Park Lane which nearly eighty years later was to become the iconic Grosvenor House. Only three years earlier
in 1729, Maison Ruinart became the first Champagne house to be established, drawing its inspiration from the intuition of a monk well ahead of his time,
Dom Thierry Ruinart.
If the culture of Champagne is an art, then the culture of Maison Ruinart
is undoubtedly to glorify it. Since its creation, the House has created exceptional Champagnes which are characterized by an inimitable purity, luminosity and elegance.
Through the golden thread of the “Ruinart Taste”, Chardonnay is an ingredient to be found in all its cuvées – from R de Ruinart, to its ultimate expression Dom Ruinart, through the emblematic Blanc de Blancs
made exclusively of Chardonnay.
Like an uncut diamond, this delicate and markedly vivacious grape variety infuses Ruinart Champagnes with its brilliance.
Ruinart is the symbol of “savoir-faire” and an “art de vivre”. All its philosophy circles around a true seeking for everything good and beautiful, favoring fine
and elegant, light and sophisticated, delicate and with a rare taste.
Following the Marriott Culture that “success is never final” the Park Room at Grosvenor House embarks on its new chapter and
Maison Ruinart is delighted to have been selected as lead Champagne partner.
Now, with nearly 600 years of combined history and heritage, all that remains is to place your order for either Brut, Rosé, Blanc de Blancs
or Dom Ruinart, sit back and enjoy!
Frédéric Dufour, President Ruinart
|NV||R de Ruinart, Brut||75|
|NV||Ruinart, Blanc de Blancs||105|
|1988||Dom Ruinart, Blanc de Blancs||350|
|1990||Dom Ruinart, Blanc de Blancs||280|
|1993||Dom Ruinart, Blanc de Blancs||250|
|1996||Dom Ruinart, Blanc de Blancs||280|
|2004||Dom Ruinart, Blanc de Blancs||245|
|1993||Dom Ruinart, Blanc de Blancs – Magnum||600|
|1996||Dom Ruinart, Blanc de Blancs – Magnum||560|
|1985||Dom Ruinart, Rosé||520|
|1988||Dom Ruinart, Rosé||395|
|2002||Dom Ruinart, Rosé||282|
|1990||Dom Ruinart, Rosé – Magnum||750|
Our origins date back to 1734 when the original House was founded by Jacques Fourneaux. The family Taittinger link was established in 1932 when the founder of today’s company, Pierre Taittinger, acquired the House. Pierre was stationed at the Château de la Marquetterie in the Champagne region whilst serving in World War One and fell in love with this remarkable property. Both Grosvenor House and our Château were at the disposal of our governments during this period of history, and we are proud to share this and many other historic connections together.
Presided by Pierre’s grandson, Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger, together his son Clovis and daughter Vitalie, their mission is to make Taittinger the Champagne of happiness, love and the beacon of quality.
One of the hallmarks of Taittinger Champagne is the high percentage of Chardonnay we use, from our Non-Vintage Brut Réserve to our prestigious Comtes de Champagne Blanc de Blancs, made solely from this majestic grape. Chardonnay offers elegance, delicacy and finesse to our Champagnes and with our friends at Grosvenor House we are proud to share this style with you today.
We are delighted to be working in partnership with Grosvenor House; we say that Taittinger is the “Champagne for the independently minded”, reminding us of the Grosvenor House founder Mr. A.O. Edwards, someone we admire greatly. He had the vision, courage and attention to detail required to deliver excellence to his guests, something which is ever present today at this iconic hotel.
President Champagne Taittinger
|NV||Taittinger Brut, Reserve||75|
|1998||Taittinger Comtes de Champagne, Blanc de Blancs||320|
|2000||Taittinger Comtes de Champagne, Blanc de Blancs||200|
|2004||Taittinger Comtes de Champagne, Blanc de Blancs||215|
|2005||Taittinger Comtes de Champagne, Blanc de Blancs||245|
|2006||Taittinger Comtes de Champagne, Blanc de Blancs||210|
|2005||Taittinger Comtes de Champagne, Blanc de Blancs Magnum||450|
|NV||Taittinger Prestige Rosé||85|
|2003||Taittinger Comtes de Champagne, Rosé||315|
|2004||Taittinger Comtes de Champagne, Rosé||315|
|2006||Taittinger Comtes de Champagne, Rosé||300|
|NV||Taittinger Prélude, Grands Crus||90|
|NV||Taittinger Folies de la Marquetterie, Single Vineyard||100|
|NV||Taittinger Nocturne, Sec||80|
Founded over 200 years ago in 1812, family-owned Laurent-Perrier has a pedigree for innovation, handcrafting elegant Champagnes using traditional, time-honoured “savoir-faire”.
The House was acquired by the Nonancourt family in 1939 and for nearly 60 years my father Bernard de Nonancourt dedicated his life to innovating and perfecting Laurent-Perrier Champagnes. Today, my sister Stéphanie and I, members of the Management Board, are passionate about continuing our father’s legacy for quality wines.
As a recognition of quality and environmental responsibility, Laurent-Perrier was awarded the Royal Warrant of HRH The Prince of Wales in 1998 and we have proudly carried it ever since. Laurent-Perrier is the only Champagne house to bear his Warrant.
We are delighted to be working with Grosvenor House, a hotel that, like Laurent-Perrier, prides itself on approachable luxury. The warm relationship between Grosvenor House employees and guests is mirrored at Laurent-Perrier where strong and long-standing connections with generations of grape growers are nurtured. From vine to glass, quality is at the heart of everything we do – an ethos that is reflected here at Grosvenor House.
Within our range chosen by Grosvenor House, I am delighted to offer some of our older vintages and the surprising and rare Alexandra Rosé 1997. This prestige rosé cuvée was first launched in 1987 to celebrate my wedding. I hope you enjoy it and indeed all of our Laurent-Perrier Champagnes.
Alexandra de Nonancourt
President Champagne Laurent-Perrier
|1999||Laurent-Perrier – Magnum||260|
|NV||Laurent-Perrier, Cuvée Rosé||120|
|NV||Laurent-Perrier, Cuvée Rosé – Magnum||255|
|NV||Laurent-Perrier, Ultra Brut||85|
|NV||Grand Siècle, Multi Vintage||170|
For 258 years, the House of Lanson and its expert winemakers have been crafting fine champagne using the traditional method. Family run, and one of the oldest existing Champagne Houses, Lanson has carefully perfected its art, resulting in an impressive and diverse range of quality Champagnes.
Passed down from generation to generation our long-standing traditions, including ageing for at least 3 years, ensures every bottle is aged gracefully and shows the unique Champagne Lanson style. All this waiting certainly pays off as every bottle is crisp, fresh and zesty, with exceptional fruit purity and a perfect start to any occasion, from your aperitif to the end of the evening.
Champagne Lanson is a proud Royal Warrant Holder, a position it has held since 1901, and continues to be a supplier to the British Royal Household to this day.
The House of Lanson is one of a select few Champagne Houses to possess a truly impressive collection of fine vintage champagnes. Each coveted bottle has been carefully crafted by the Chef de Caves, whose passion and devotion complements the classical blending techniques of preceding generations.
The marriage of the finest selection of grapes from a single year, each Lanson Vintage Brut is the epitome of true craftsmanship and reflects the House’s perpetual quest for excellence.
“We are fortunate to have such a wonderful collection of vintages and I am honoured to be responsible for their production. I continue to use the blending techniques passed on to me by previous generations.
Each Lanson Vintage Brut is a work of art, blended with passion and devotion. They are the fruit of a perpetual quest for excellence, an outstanding commitment by the men and women of the House of Lanson.”
Chef de Caves, Champagne Lanson
|NV||Lanson Père et Fils||70|
|1997||Lanson Vintage Brut||105|
|1999||Lanson Vintage Brut||105|
|2002||Lanson Vintage Brut||115|
|2004||Lanson Vintage Brut||105|
|2005||Lanson Vintage Brut||100|
|2008||Lanson Vintage Brut||95|
|1998||Lanson Noble Cuvée Blanc de Blancs||200|
|1999||Lanson Noble Cuvée Blanc de Blancs||190|
|2002||Lanson Noble Cuvée Blanc de Blancs||185|
|NV||Lanson Noble Cuvée Rose||180|
|2014||White Rabbit Riesling, Rhein, Germany||12||55|
|2010||Riesling, Rüdesheimer Berg Rottland, Germany||110|
|2009||Pinot Grigio, Alois Lageder, Dolomiti, Italy||10||38|
|2010||Soellner Fumburg Grüner Veltliner, Austria||12||48|
|2013||Sancerre, Gérard & Pierre Morin||13||51|
|2014||Clos des Lunes, Lune Blanche, Bordeaux Blanc||58|
|2014||Chablis 1er Cru, “Fourchaume”, Domaine Vrignaud||14||55|
|2014||Cervaro della Sala, Chardonnay/Grechetto, Antinori||135|
|2012||Meursault, Henri de Villamont||30||120|
|2012||Puligny-Montrachet, “Les Reuchaux”, Lucien Le Moine||180|
|2014||Inspiración, Valdemar, Tempranillo Blanco, Rioja, Spain||48|
|2013||Chasselas, Grande Réserve, Switzerland||73|
|2013||Granito Cru, Alvarinho, Luis Seabra, Portugal||77|
|2013||Barthenau, Vigna S. Michele, Pinot Bianco, Italy||80|
|2013||Impero Bianco, Pinot Noir, Marches, Italy||100|
|2014||Whispering Angel, Côtes de Provence||11||55|
|2012||Les Clans, Côtes de Provence Bottle||120|
|2013||Pierre-Henri Morel, Côtes du Rhône, Signargues||9||37|
|2012||Châteauneuf du Pape, Closerie de Vaudieu||60|
|2009||Cornas, La Louvée, Jean-Luc Colombo, Côtes du Rhône||160|
|2005||Bandol La Brulade, Domaine de la Bégude, Provence||90|
|2011||Bourgogne Pinot Noir, Bouchard Ainé & Fils||10||39|
|2013||Muré, Pinot Noir Cuvée V, Alsace||75|
|2009||La Montessa, Herencia Remondo, Crianza, Spain||11||45|
|2008||Inspiración Valdemar Edicion Limitada, Rioja||65|
|2014||Lamùri, Sicilia, Nero d’Avola, Italy||12||48|
|2012||Montepulciano d’Abruzzo “Spelt”, Italy||14||55|
|2013||Merlot, Cont’ Ugo, Tenuta Guado al Tasso, Antinori||17||70|
|2013||Zweigelt, Kamptal, Austria||47|
|2012||Baron de Brane, Margaux||75|
|2011||Cabernet Franc, Sauska, Hungary||95|
|2010||Badia a Passignano, Chianti Classico Riserva, Italy||110|
|2012||Tignanello, Toascana, Italy||220|
|2003||Tokaji 5 Puttonyos, Sauska, Hungary||9||48|
|1977||Graham’s Vintage Port||190|
|1980||Graham’s Vintage Port||140|
|1985||Fonseca Vintage Port||12||100|
|Grosvenor House exclusive “Serpentine”, Sussex||40||11|
|Plymouth Navy Strength||57||12|
|Beluga Gold Line, Russia||40||30|
|Macallan 21 Years, Fine Oak||43||60|
|Laphroiaig Quarter Cask||48||14|
|The Balvenie Caribbean Cask, 14 Years||43||14|
|Dalwhinnie 15 years||40||15|
|Talisker Port Ruighe||45.8||15|
|Chivas Regal, 18 Years||40||16|
|Redbreast 12 years||40||14|
|Lot 40 Rye||43||11|
|Havana 15 years||40||35|
|Ron Zacapa Centenario, Sistema Solera 23||40||15|
|Thomas Hine Triomphe||40||55|
|Louis XIII by Rémy Martin||40||210|
St. Peter’s Hall, a historic half-moated Hall, built in the c11th century is home to our small traditional brewery, in a beautiful, unspoilt area
of the Suffolk countryside.
Set up in 1996 as a speciality niche brewery, St. Peter’s Brewery hand crafts an extensive variety of beers. The ranges consist of bitters, ales, lagers, porters, stouts and fruit beers.
Sourcing the finest high quality ingredients, the skills of the Head Brewer and traditional brewing methods are at the heart of all St. Peter’s Brewery beers. With an additional focus on lifestyle choices, our collection of beers also contains gluten free, organic, vegan and alcohol free choices.
St. Peter’s beers are presented in our unique oval green bottle, styled upon a 18th century bottle from Gibbstown, Philadelphia, USA.
The bottle and label carry our logo of a Raven on a sail, inside a barrel and having a golden key. The raven on the sail represents the Viking invaders of the 11th Century, who attacked the coast of Suffolk and Norfolk. The barrel represents the brewery and the golden key is the “key to St Peter’s gates”.
St. Peter’s Hall runs as a bistro pub and carries our full range of beers, as does our pub, The Jerusalem Tavern, in Clerkenwell. A visit here is a must, where you can sample our beers on draught.
We are thrilled to partner with Grosvenor House to provide our wonderful selection of beers to you. Relax and enjoy the experience of a hand crafted taste of Suffolk!
|Alc % Vol||500ml|
|Ruby Red Ale||4.3%||£8|
|The Saints Whisky Beer||4.8%||£10|
|India Pale Ale||5.5%||£8|
|Organic Best Bitter||4.1%||£7|
Stouts and Porters
|Old Style Porter||5.1%||£8|
In accordance with the Weights and Measures Act, the measure for the sale of gin, vodka and whisky in these premises is 25ml or multiples thereof. Wines are sold by the glass measured at 175ml as standard. Wines are also sold by the glass measured at 125ml, upon request. If you have any questions about allergies or intolerances, please ask your server.
A discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to your bill. All prices include VAT.