An excellent venue. The food is by far the best of any club, indeed the Head Chef is rated the best of London's gentlemen's clubs. The overall decor is very grand late-Victorian, making this one of the larger and more elaborate clubs to dine in. The dining room is an amazing oak-panelled relic lined with pictures and busts of Gladstone, overlooking the Thames. The bar and smoking room look stunning, and are perfect for drinks before and afterwards. The food is a reasonable price (c.£30-40 for 3 courses), and the Chateaubriand Vert Pré is definitely worth a try. The only downside is that the bar can be a bit dear, but no more so than many trendy central London bars.