Restaurant, St James’s, London

Wiltons - Men's Style Council Place

Although it opened in 1742 (as a shellfish purveyor), Wiltons isn’t even the oldest restaurant in London – but it’s not far off it, and it’s remarkable how unchanged it might feel in the 21st century. It’s moved a few times though, and now resides comfortably in Jermyn Street, St James’s, serving a reliably familiar menu of oysters, lobster, crab and fish to a discerning clientele who would prefer it to stay just as it is.

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