Quaglino’s ~ the first public restaurant that a reigning Monarch ever dined in.

London Unveiled

2013_UK_Quags (1)Located just south of Piccadilly, near Jermyn Street, is one of my favourite restaurants.  For regular readers of LondonUnveiled I don’t generally ‘review’ restaurants, but I do like to highlight those that I feel have a special quality and that can provide a visitor or local with a uniquely London experience. Quaglino’s is one of those places.  It is not only popular with me, but it is popular with quite a few Royals and celebrities. With its tucked away location and private club feel, any visitor here will be rewarded with a great experience.

History:  The restaurant was opened in 1929 by Giovanni Quaglino and quickly became a favourite haunt of royalty.  Between the World Wars, the Duke of Windsor, then Prince of Wales, was a regular patron. After World War II, Princess Margaret, the Duke and Duchess of Kent and Princess Alexandra dined here. In the 1950s a “Royal Enclosure”…

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One response to “Quaglino’s ~ the first public restaurant that a reigning Monarch ever dined in.

  1. thanks for the re-post… I appreciate it. All the best, Ian

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