We had some friends who live out of London coming to stay for the weekend, and they wanted to go somewhere interesting for lunch on a Saturday. After copious amounts of research, I came across Rowley's.
Rowley's is a fabulous "British" restaurant located in the heart of the gentleman's shopping paradise that is Jermyn Street.
The building that houses Rowley's is the actual building where the now famous Walls meat business began back in 1790.
Today the restaurant, that opened in 1977, still has the original tiled walls and ceilings and fab stained glass windows.
Lunch here was very leisurely and enjoyable. Service was great - our waiter was hilarious and the food was really good.
Favorite Dish: We has the Rowley's house special - Entrecote Steak and secret herb butter, which is left to sizzle on the table, accompanied by an unlimited supply of 'the best French fries in London'.
It was delicious. We also enjoyed a couple of bottles of a tasty Aussie Cabernet-Shiraz.
The other 3 had dessert - rice pudding, an amazing chocolate concoction and apple strudel.