Lady Blonde says: “A sophisticated, stylish offering from Conran and Prescott that might even tempt the journos back to Fleet Street.” Lady Blonde’s full review
85 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1AE
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Located in the former Reuters building on Fleet Street, Lutyens is the latest project from Prescott & Conran Limited, the company behind the recently opened Boundary and Albion in Shoreditch. Lutyens includes a large bar on Fleet Street with a charcuterie counter, 130 seat restaurant, crustacea, member's club and 4 private dining and meeting rooms.
As Lutyens is only a Monday to Friday operation, there is great scope for hiring the whole venue exclusively during the weekend for all different occasions whether it would be a christening, wedding reception or birthday party.
David Burke has created a menu to suit all tastes. The A La Carte menu offers a wide selection of crustacean or fruits together with bistro classics.
Lutyens has quickly gained a fine reputation for producing the most delicious cocktails. Perhaps no surprise as Julian De Feral is one of London’s leading mixologists. Not only does he make fine drinks but his knowledge of the subject is exhaustive.
Lady Blonde's Highlights
The steak tartare (£8.50/£17.00) was one of the most beautifully flavoured I've ever had.
Monday - Sunday
Monday to Friday: 7.30am - Midnight
Due to the Irish heritage of the head chef David Burke and the French/Irish stamp of the menus at Lutyens, the restaurant will host a week-long ‘Irish’ celebration, showcasing Irish ingredients/recipes and drinks throughout the week, including St Patrick’s Day.
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