This new restaurant at the Marriott Hotel County Hall on London's South Bank celebrates all things English. Named after the 19th-century English caricaturist James Gillray, interiors showcase his work, alongside features such as Chesterfield sofas and Waterford chandeliers.
Opened 6 April
Owner Marriott Hotels
Head chef Gareth Bowen
Manager Jonathan Prescott
Capacity Restaurant 110, Bar 70
Food The menu has steak at its heart, with nine different cuts of 35-day dry-aged Hereford Cattle from the Duke of Devonshire's Bolton Abbey Estate in Yorkshire. Other dishes include Brixham diver clams and mussel broth; Foreman's London smoked salmon.
Average spend £30
Address County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB
Telephone 020 7902 8000