St. James’s is one of the most charming and historic areas of this great capital, reminiscent of the Dickensian era and home to many major brands such as Dunhill and Taylor’s of Old Bond Street. Here you get a chance to experience some of the most wonderful architecture and retail outlets in the world. It is also home to Green’s Restaurant and Oyster Bar. Founded in 1982 by Simon Parker Bowles and situated in the heart of St James’s, it is considered by many to be a great British institution.
The restaurant is well positioned between the art galleries of St. James’s and Mayfair, Theatreland, the shops on Bond Street and nearby parks.
Green’s combines the intimacy of a club with the elegance of St. James’s, for a dining experience that is faultless and memorable. You can choose to enjoy the delights of Green’s in private – in the St. James’s Private Dining Room that seats up to 35 guests or 40 for a standing reception. The room can be divided to create two smaller, intimate private dining rooms.
The menu offers British food, prepared well – fresh fish, meat and seasonal game. Naturally, a range of fresh native and rock oysters are available, according to the season.
It is worth noting that a traditional “brunch” menu is available on Saturdays from 11am. Enjoy an aperitif, main course and unlimited tea and coffee in true British style, before starting out on the universally recognised tradition of “Saturday-shopping”.
Open Monday to Saturday
Lunch – Orders from 1130 to 1500
Dinner – Orders from 1730 to 2300
Brunch (Saturdays only) – 1130 to 1500
36 Duke Street, St. James’s, London, SW1Y 6DF