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The GalleryThe Gallery Restaurant is open all day for breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week. The food is reminiscent of the South of France, The French Riviera and northern Italy with a large focus on sublime ingredients prepared in an uncomplicated manner. The stunning d?cor is period France but is designed to be welcoming and warm rather than formal and obtrusive. The Gallery is a 96 seated restaurant hosting its own casual bar where guests can enjoy a selection of drinks with their leisurely lunch. This exciting project is headed up by head chef Brian Fantoni, formally of Claridges, The Savoy and Enoteca Restaurant.

 

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Underground Stations

Underground Stations

 
Oxford Circus Tube Station
 
5 minutes walk
 
Green Park Tube Station
 
6 minutes walk
 
Railway Stations

Railway Stations

 
Charing Cross Railway Station
 
17 minutes walk
 
Victoria Railway Station
 
22 minutes walk
 
 
Car Parks

Car Parks

 
Burlington Car Park
 
2 minutes walk
 
Grosvenor Hill NCP
 
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    Summer Exhibition
    Exhibitions | Until 4th September 2015 

    Alan Cristea Gallery 1 minute walk from The Gallery

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    Exhibitions | Until 4th June 2016 

    Sketch - The Gallery 2 minutes walk from The Gallery

    Over 230 original drawings by the British artist will be on display around the walls of the Gallery restaurant at ...More

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    Exhibitions | Until 3rd September 2015 

    Browse & Darby 2 minutes walk from The Gallery

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    Unexpected Hill
    Exhibitions | Until 20th September 2015 

    Royal Academy Of Arts at 6 Burlington Gardens 2 minutes walk from The Gallery

    This playful ceramics installation uses tiles as structure rather than decoration to create a new public space playing host to ...More

    Acoustic Blues Sessions
    Clubbing and Nightlife | Until 28th September 2015 

    Ain't Nothin But Blues Bar 3 minutes walk from The Gallery

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    Blues Jam
    Concerts | Until 28th September 2015 

    Ain't Nothin But Blues Bar 3 minutes walk from The Gallery

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    Handel: A Life With Friends
    Exhibitions | Until 10th January 2016 

    Handel House Museum 3 minutes walk from The Gallery

    Handel scholar Ellen Harris explores the domestic life of the composer for new exhibition Handel: A Life With Friends at ...More

    Joseph Cornell: Wanderlust
    Joseph Cornell: Wanderlust
    Exhibitions | Until 27th September 2015 

    Royal Academy of Arts 4 minutes walk from The Gallery

    Nearly 35 years since Joseph Cornell's last solo show in the UK, the Royal Academy of Arts presents his glass-fronted ...More

     
    Timothy Hyman: A Year With Maggie's
    Exhibitions | Until 22nd October 2015 

    Royal Academy of Arts 4 minutes walk from The Gallery

    Drawings and paintings resulting from the artist's 60 visits to Maggie's Centres, which provide free practical, emotional and social support ...More

    Stories From The Past: Visions Of The Future
    Exhibitions | Until 20th September 2015 

    Royal Academy of Arts 4 minutes walk from The Gallery

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