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Address 1 Kinnerton Street; London SW1X 8EA
Neighbourhood Knightsbridge | See on map
Tube Knightsbridge [Piccadilly]
Telephone +44 20 7592 1609
Website http://www.gordonramsay.com/petrus/
Price GBP 50-70. GBP 25 lunch menu. GBP 65 dinner set menu.
Hours Mon-Sat: 12-14, 18:30-22.

Petrus has something of a legendary history – its name alone stems from the spectacular selection of vintage Petrus wines, so good that a table of six investment bankers once spent over GBP 44,000 on an over-indulgent luncheon – back in the pre-crunch 2002 days, mind you. Then it was run by Gordon Ramsay protégée Marcus Wareing, before an acrimonious parting saw the name fall back into Gordon’s hands and a move one street down – it’s Wareing’s eponymous eatery that now sits in the old site at the Berkeley. Drama aside, this most recent incarnation offers up a modern European menu with a rather bargainous £25 three-course lunch on offer and some seriously tasty choices ranging from pan-fried sea trout and boiled beef cheek to spiced toffee apple and the moreish-sounding chocolate sphere. The space is even overseen by Hell’s Kitchen (the programme, not the NYC district) favourite Jean-Philippe, who’ll be able to help you make sense of the, erm, attention-seeking glass wine-cellar centrepiece.