1771 Restaurant by Mark Jarvis

A relaxed contemporary British neighbourhood restaurant in Belgravia.

A bright and breezy neighbourhood dining spot (replacing the long-standing Como Lario), and situated just off Sloane Square - dishing up a seasonally changing menu of modern small plates and tasting menu - overseen by Mark Jarvis of Anglo in Farringdon. Available from lunch through to late evening, Mark’s menus focuses on refined, creative cooking using carefully grown locally sourced produce.

The 50-seater dining room, spread across two spaces, is laid with a natural seagrass flooring with marble topped tables adorned with crisp white linen providing a contrast to the natural tones throughout the rooms with artwork from renowned twentieth century artists, such as Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol adding some colour. 


Ideal For

Relaxed all-day dining

Favorite Room

Following your meal, descend to a vibrant bar, designed as a homage to the Pop Art movement, where an original print of Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans can be admired.

Signature Dishes

Cured trout and potato souffle in a parsley emulsion; oak-grilled langoustine in a shell emulsion served with white soy; poached halibut with mustard greens and charcoal; caramelised sourdough parfait and apple cake served alongside parsley root ice cream.