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29 Romilly Street
London, Greater London W1D 5HP


+44 (0) 20 7734 6112



About this Venue

Originally a series of four Georgian town houses, Kettner’s was originally opened as a restaurant in 1867 by Auguste Kettner, (chef to Napoleon III,) and became infamous as the rendezvous of choice for deliciously colourful characters of the time, renowned for hosting incredibly risqué parties. Osca read more


Dress Code

Smart / Casual

Venue Type

Bars, Lounge Bars, British Restaurant, Wine Bar, French Restaurant

Type of Night

Quiet Drink, Chilling with mates, Chatting & Drinking

Venue Features

VIP Booths & Tables, Table Service

Kettners, 29 Romilly Street 29 Romilly Street, London, Greater London W1D 5HP


Steve Wallman

Went for a mother's day lunch. Food was fabulous, the beef Wellington a definite recommendation. Service was attentive without being intrusive. A delight and I look forward to the chance of going back again soon.

Mike Rowland

A fine bar / restaurant, great for a romantic get together or a social drink and dinner. Setting is chilled with some live piano music into the evening. Afternoon tea was ok, but the sandwiches were unfortunately stale on one side. Scones were fantastic though and rescued the experience. Would recom read more


Great cocktails, service and atmosphere. Live pianist not great, a bit like Muzak, elevator music. More free style would be welcomed.

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