Roux at Parliament Square

Michel Roux Jr opened Roux at Parliament Square in 2010, and the restaurant has since become renowned for its relaxed yet stylish setting, impeccable service, and contemporary European menus from Head Chef Steve Groves.

Steve combines his great knowledge of traditional cookery with a modern approach, passion and flair. Classic dishes are reinvented through inspired contemporary touches, driving constant innovation in the menu. Using seasonal produce sourced from the very best suppliers across the UK, guests can expect starters such as Dorset crab with apple, fermented chilli and dashi and Pork cheek, carrot, ale, and Mangalitsa black pudding. For mains, Test Valley trout with leek, pine nuts and watercress may sit alongside Westcombe Ricotta gnudi with hen of the woods, salsify and egg yolk and Dry-aged duck with beetroot, chicory and Yukon Gold potato. A series of innovative and perfectly balanced desserts provide a satisfying conclusion to any meal at Roux at Parliament Square, with options including Pear with pistachio, honey and crème fraiche, or Guanaja chocolate with banana, peanut and yoghurt.

In 2017, Roux at Parliament Square underwent an extensive refurbishment led by Rosendale Design. Blending contemporary influences with the building’s historic Georgian style, the space now reflects Steve’s innovative menus. The beautiful Grade II listed building, with its elegant 1920s feel, has been enhanced with dark wood panelling and a luxurious colour scheme of teal and burnt orange, whilst the impressive wine display spanning the back wall creates a striking focal point for the room. Furthermore, the Drawing Room now proudly displays a selection of original architectural sketches of the building itself and many of the surrounding Westminster landmarks, embedding the restaurant within its iconic London location.

Roux at Parliament Square:
Alongside the main restaurant, Roux at Parliament Square houses six exquisite private dining rooms, available for meetings, corporate events and celebrations for up to 90 people. On the first floor, The Pembury Bar provides a relaxed and welcoming space to enjoy pre and post dinner drinks, and also serves casual lunch and pre-theatre menus, alongside a menu of light bites and sharing boards.

Address: Roux at Parliament Square, 12 Great George StreetWestminster, London SW1P 3AD
Websitewww.rouxatparliamentsquare.co.uk
Tel: 020 7334 3737
Emailbookings@rouxaps.co.uk
Twitter@RouxAPS | Instagram: @rouxaps

Opening Hours:

Restaurant
Monday to Thursday       Lunch 12:00-14:00 Dinner 18:30-21:00
Friday                                    Lunch 12:00-14:00 Dinner 18:00-21:00

Bar
Monday to Friday             11:30 till end of lunch 17:00 till end of service

About Steve Groves

Steve’s career has included positions at The Inn at Perry Cabin in the United States, and Launceston Place in London’s South Kensington, during which time he was crowned winner of MasterChef: The Professionals 2009. In addition, Steve has cooked on some very impressive London stages, including Le Gavroche, Buckingham Palace, The Ledbury and The Greenhouse. Steve joined Roux at Parliament Square in 2010, and subsequently became Head Chef in 2013. In 2017, Steve was awarded Chef of the Year at the Foodservice Cateys, an award that he dedicated to the hard work of his whole team at Roux at Parliament Square.

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