Where there’s smoke

The Great Fire of London raged for three days, from 2nd-5th September 1666, which means this week marks 350 years since the blaze was ignited in Pudding Lane, near Monument. During that time it razed a number of London landmarks to the ground, not least the original Royal Exchange, which had been built back in 1571. 

To commemorate the anniversary, our restaurant in the current (and thankfully less wooden) Royal Exchange has created a couple of exclusive menus, imbued with smoke, fire and ash, which are available in the Grand Café and Sauterelle from 5th-30th September.