Conveniently located within striking distance of London's Knightsbridge and Hyde Park, The Gore Hotel's Bistro One Ninety Queen's Gate restaurant is a relaxed slice of London glamour. With its buzzy atmosphere, vintage décor and fabulously fresh food, Bistro One Ninety attracts everyone from the fashion maven to the foodie with its well-deserved reputation for high quality French modern cuisine.
Combining characterful French bistro chic with very British eccentricity, the interior is packed with personality - an eclectic collection of artworks in mismatched frames dominate part-panelled walls while glittering chandeliers are reflected in ornate gilt mirrors. Turn your attention to the menu and you'll find exquisitely fresh ingredients used in excellent dishes.
Try a Traditional Afternoon Tea in Bistro 190, with its picture covered walls or The Green Room with high sculpted ceiling, a working ornate marble fireplace and Chesterfield green leather sofas and chairs. This room features an eclectic mix of interesting books. Oil paintings of Dame Nellie Melba and HRH Edward 7th from 1902, painted by Sarah Wetherall, take pride of place on the rear wall.
Over the years, The Gore has welcomed many celebrities and famous faces. The American idol, Judy Garland who played Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, visited on so many occasions that she was often referred to as a resident.
Afternoon Tea is served 1pm to 4:00pm every day
Booking is essential
South Kensington, Gloucester Road or High Street Kensington
190 Queen's Gate
Children of all ages welcome
No live music
All major credit cards accepted
Guide dogs only