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Please be advised that Simpson’s in the Strand is temporarily closed. It is our intention to announce a reopening date in 2024. We look forward to reopening our doors and welcoming you back in the coming year.
On 2nd and 3rd August 2023, The Savoy is pleased to be offering loyal patrons and champions of Simpson’s in the Strand a rare opportunity to acquire a curated list of furnishings and artefacts that have decorated the historical site. While the stories, history and foundation of Simpson’s remain, a select few items will be available to purchase as it enters a new chapter.
As one of London’s most renowned luxury destinations, Simpson’s in the Strand has been captivating guests since 1828. From the exceptional cuisine to extraordinary hospitality, Simpson’s has long been a beacon of sophistication and class. The Savoy will be affording buyers a chance to own a piece of this legendary establishment and eagerly awaits the opportunity to share exciting the plans for its future.
Since first opening as a chess club and coffee house in 1828, Simpson’s has provided an elegant backdrop to historical meetings, literary debates and momentous meals of all kinds, and is now marking itself out as one of the city’s landmark restaurants.
Having undergone restoration in 2017 to bring this Grade II listed building back to its former glory, Simpson’s in the Strand now features a reimagined Bill of Fare that brings the classic British cuisine, for which it has become so well-loved, up to date.
During the founding years of Simpson’s as a chess club, meals were served beneath silver-domed cloches and silently wheeled to the table on an antique trolley for minimal disturbance to chess player’s concentration. Today, guests can choose daily from 28-day dry Roast rib of Scottish Beef or Daphne’s Welsh Lamb, carved at the table by the Master Carver, and served with Savoy cabbage, beef fat roasted potatoes, gravy, horseradish sauce and Yorkshire pudding.