London’s Smallest Michelin starred Restaurant

Seven Park Place By William Drabble is an intimate and stylish restaurant, created by Executive Chef William Drabble. William, known as ‘Billy’, has created his own inimitable style menu, influenced by classic French cuisine but made using the very best British produce. One of the smallest Michelin-starred restaurants in Europe, all staff ensure a personalised and professional experience with extensive knowledge and recommendations. Billy, who prides himself on his excellent supplier relationships, particularly loves to cook with the freshest lobster and Lune Valley lamb, which can both be found on his menu all year round, with varying seasonal accompaniments.

Set in  a  bijou  dining  room  with  just  23  covers,  Seven  Park  Place  is  an  intimate  and  chic backdrop  for  impressive,  contemporary  French  cuisine.  Awarded  one  Michelin  star  only  one year after opening and four AA Rosettes, Drabble’s skill and creativity combined with the very best  seasonal  British  ingredients  provide  guests  with  a  truly  memorable  dining  experience.

These are some shots from the dinner menu:

We started our evening with a couple of nice cocktails and beetroot cured salmon.

Photo 07-04-2017, 19 08 59.jpg

Photo 08-04-2017, 11 07 54.jpg

First starter: Warm Salad of Poached Native Lobster Tail with Spring Vegetables.
Photo 08-04-2017, 11 07 56.jpg

Second starter: Seared Hand-Dived Scallops, Jerusalem Artichokes, Madeira, Périgord Truffle.
Photo 08-04-2017, 11 07 58.jpg

First main course: Poached Fillet of Turbot, Champagne Sauce, Asparagus and Morels
Photo 08-04-2017, 11 07 41.jpg


Second Main course: Saddle of Lune Valley Lamb with Garlic and Rosemary

Photo 08-04-2017, 11 07 51.jpg

First dessert: Piña Colada Bavarois with Caramelised Pineapple and Coconut Sorbet
Photo 08-04-2017, 11 07 46.jpg

Second dessert: Passion Fruit Soufflé, Dark Chocolate Sauce
Photo 08-04-2017, 11 07 44.jpg

And to finish the evening, we had an amazing selection of sweets.
Photo 07-04-2017, 21 25 21.jpg


Leave a Reply