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160 Piccadilly, London, England W1J 9EB, United Kingdom
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First designed as a luxury car showroom for the Wolseley Motors Company, this cavernous Art Deco building now houses an all-day brasserie frequented by both tourists and local celebrities. Renovated in 2003 by famed restaurateurs Chris Corbin and Jeremy King, the Venetian-inspired interior still contains original design elements, including high vaulted ceilings, black marble columns, and grand staircases. The restaurant serves modern European fare from 7 a.m. to midnight, with options ranging from classic eggs Benedict to steak frites and Weiner schnitzel. Also popular is the traditional afternoon tea, which includes homemade fruit scones and tea served in antique teapots.

Restaurant
The Wolseley

First designed as a luxury car showroom for the Wolseley Motors Company, this cavernous Art Deco building now houses an all-day brasserie frequented by both tourists and local celebrities. Renovated in 2003 by famed restaurateurs Chris Corbin and Jeremy King, the Venetian-inspired interior still contains original design elements, including high vaulted ceilings, black marble columns, and grand staircases. The restaurant serves modern European fare from 7 a.m. to midnight, with options ranging from classic eggs Benedict to steak frites and Weiner schnitzel. Also popular is the traditional afternoon tea, which includes homemade fruit scones and tea served in antique teapots.