Beef Wellington for Waterloo day

Where to eat the best Beef Wellington in London

Thursday 18th of June marks the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo, where the Duke of Wellington defeated Napoleon and his French army just outside of present-day Brussels. What better way to celebrate the occurrence, than to enjoy a British favourite – the traditional Beef Wellington? If you're looking for a place to eat the iconic dish, we hope that this list will be of some help!

Savoy Grill – The Strand

Head chef Kim Woodward will serve a perfectly-cooked medium rare Beef Wellington with chicken mousse, herb pancakes and mushroom duxelle. The iconic dish will be cut tableside for a perfect unveiling.


The Goring Hotel – Beeston Place

Located only a 10-minute walk from Buckingham palace, this restaurant celebrates the best in British food. Executive chef Shay Cooper only uses the highest quality sourced ingredients – The Goring’s Beef Wellington is one of the best in the London area.

London House – Battersea Square

Anna Haugh is the head chef of this destination restaurant that overlooks Battersea Square. In honour of #BeefWellingtonDay, she will serve the iconic dish tableside alongside summer greens, buttered baby Charlotte potatoes and a confit shallot and tarragon gravy.

Simpson’s in The Strand

Simpson’s only offers food cooked to perfection in classic British style. Even though the restaurant’s signature dish is Scottish beef on the bone, the Beef Wellington is one of the most popular dishes present in the current menu.

York & Albany – Regent’s Park

This townhouse, restaurant and bar serves modern British dishes in a relaxed and elegant setting. On #BeefWellingtonDay, head chef Will Stanyer will serve his rendition of the dish with potato purée, English truffles and asparagus.

Bob Bob Ricard

Its motto is ‘comfort food fit for special occasion”. This posh Soho restaurant serves both British and Russian food, and it prides itself in using only the finest of ingredients. Beef Wellington is the star of their menu – head chef James Walker only uses 28 day-aged fillet of Scotch beef.


Don’t fancy eating out?

…then make your own beef wellington at home! Click on the link below to go through to the recipe.

olive’s beef wellingtons recipe