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Kaspar's at The Savoy

Provenance takes prominence within Kaspar’s at The Savoy with menus that showcase contemporary seasonal dishes from land and sea that capture the vibrancy of the natural landscape.

The restaurant’s dining experience evolves throughout the day, with informal lunches moving into elegant dinners, and a sense of theatre running through the service style that perfectly emulates the vibrant art deco inspired setting.

Champagne and seafood are served at a striking centrepiece bar with chefs stepping out of the kitchen for an interactive dining experience. An a la carte menu is refreshed almost monthly and features the likes of smoked mackerel from Fraserborough, Dover Sole from Cornwall and Lobster from Harris, to Ribeye from Cork, Oysters from Maldon, and King Crab from the Bering Sea.

For the ultimate Savoy dining experience, guests can enjoy pre-dinner cocktails at the Beaufort Bar, followed by dinner at Kaspar’s and then late night digestifs and live music in the Thames Foyer.

Groups of up to 14 guests can also enjoy a private diner in Kaspar’s private dining room.


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Kaspar's at The Savoy

Hours of operation

Open seven days a week from
7.00am to 11.00pm.
Breakfast: 7.00am – 11.00am
Dining Menu: 12.00pm – 11.00pm
Set Menu: 12.00pm – 6.30pm

Kaspar, the famous Savoy Cat

The Savoy’s famous black cat, Kaspar, was carved in 1927 by the designer Basil Ionides, from one single block of plane. His intended function was to act as the fourteenth guest in the private dining rooms when thirteen guests were present, and his creation was directly related to the unfortunate demise of a Savoy client over quarter of a century earlier...

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