Roux at Parliament Square

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Parliament Square, Westminster, London

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Address: Parliament Square
Map:Map & nearby
Nearest Station:Westminster
About: Located in the heart of Westminster, Roux at Parliament Square offers a comprehensive and unique culinary experience, contemporary restaurant, newly designed bar and exclusive private dining library.

Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux Jr plus the Restaurant Associates have developed a relaxed and personal gastronomic setting, using modern European cooking techniques and sourcing seasonal produce of the highest quality to create a unique menu.

Experience the new bar, Roux at the Pembury, which has been re-designed to echo a familiar member‚s club concept. Featuring traditional and stylish yet eclectic features including soft leather Chesterfield sofas, it is the perfect place to while away an evening with a cocktail menu that is sure to delight.

The restaurant is contemporary and luxurious, combining period features and modern furnishings and set in a listed building designed by Alfred Waterhouse, the architect of London‚s iconic Natural History Museum.

At Roux at Parliament Square you will find inspired classic dishes 're-visited' using modern techniques and stylish presentation.

The restaurant at Roux at Parliament Square seats 56 covers and there is a private dining room which holds up to 10 people.

The library is perfect for confidential meetings, corporate entertainment or celebrations with friends and family.

Up to 10 people can be beautifully accommodated in this statement setting.

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The décor here has the sort of plain, if formal look that is best for neutral meetings where no one wants to rock the boat (it is after all a stone’s throw from the H.M. Treasury and the Foreign Office buildings). Classic Gallic food courtesy of Michel Roux Jr.

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