Beautifully designed with a fresh, delicious menu. I’ve only been a couple of times, but it always comes to mind as a menu and service that stayed with me.
Consensus might call it for Spring being one of the most beautiful restaurants in London: situated in a grandly pillared room in Somerset House, it is breathtaking, luxury stripped back to its elements. Chef Ms Skye Gyngell picks and chooses the most perfect of Italian-influenced ingredients and places them in delicate arrangements to let them shine among the splendour; you might see crab with blood orange, agretti, radicchio and puntarelle (if you’re lucky).
Spring has become my top favourite for a great meal. It’s a very grown up place. I love the decor, the volume of the space and Mario Bellini’s classic cab chairs can’t be beaten for style or comfort. I wrote an entire VinsonView in Wallpaper* on my love for the uniforms by Maureen Doherty of Egg, but best of all is the cuisine by chef Skye Gyngell. Halibut cooked better you will never find.