From Our Editors
Established in 1904, the Thames Foyer sits under a glass dome that lets in an avalanche of natural light. Many of the famous Savoy bands made their baby steps here, and ever since the patrons invented the dinner-dance the restaurant has upheld its tradition of live music. Nowadays, the kitchen serves a wide array of meals which reimagine British cuisine for the modern age. Guests can also partake in traditional afternoon teas held daily. Kaspar's seafood bar and grill providing informal-style dining in an art deco setting. Choose from an array of fresh and smoked fish, sashimi and fresh seafood followed by Dover sole, Isle of Skye lobster or Atlantic turbot; spatchcocked chicken or Hereford fillet of beef.
Kaspar’s is a seafood restaurant and oyster bar designed in a dazzling art-deco style within the world famous Savoy. Cut-glass mirroring, bright brass railings, a silver leaf ceiling and a checkerboard marble floor frame the circular central bar that's flanked by Murano glass columns and pendant glass light fittings to crown Kaspar’s theatrical style. Diners can choose from an array of fresh and smoked fish, rock oysters and fresh seafood followed by Dover sole, Isle of Skye lobster, spatchcocked chicken or Hereford fillet of beef.