The Royal Academy of Arts Restaurant in London

May 13, 2011 by

The Royal Academy of Arts is a new striking establishment by restaurant group Peyton and Byrne.

The Restaurant at the Royal Academy of Arts offers all day dining with waiter service. Restaurateur Oliver Peyton has worked closely with head chef Andrea Zuccolo to devise a menu that makes full use of primary British ingredients, in keeping with the framework of the restaurant.

The 250 square meter renovation highlights the long and memorable history of the Royal Academy of Arts with materials chosen to complement the existing fabric of the Regency building including marble, brass and velvet.

The dining area is split into different zones, with each area inspired by the work of a different Royal Academy Great such as Turner and Sir John Soane. The new bar is a crucial point in the restaurant made from Mount Etna lava stone and hand-made glazed brick. Designed as a strong, sculptural object, its opulence is enhanced by a dramatic cast glass chandelier suspended above.

The restaurant offers starters, mains and desserts. There is a selection of small plates and terrines, offering diners the litheness to enjoy a full two or three course meal, order tapas-style or stop by for a fast but delicious bite.

The Royal Academy of Arts
Burlington House
London W1J 0BD

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