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THE PLATINUM AROWANA ROOM

Mayfair restaurant Scott’s just opened a new dining space, featuring an exclusive menu and the world’s most expensive restaurant interiors…

scott's restaurant mayfair
scott's restaurant mayfair

When you go to Scott’s Restaurant, located on Mount Street in Mayfair, you expect a world-class experience – from the lavish setting to their eclectic menu and exquisite service. But today, the establishment has taken fine dining to an unprecedented level with the opening of The Platinum Arowana Room (borrowing its name from one of the ocean’s rarest fish) – featuring the most expensive restaurant interiors in the world.

The space seats an intimate eight guests, in a nine square metre room lined with priceless works of 19th and 20th century art, including works by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Joan Miró, Émile Bernard, Marc Chagall, Camille Pissarro, Kees van Dongen, Émile Bernard, Louis Valtat, Louis Roy, Serge Férat and Henri Manguin, as well as mirror-panelled walls and soft Lalique lighting, which both magnify the striking effect of its green, semi-precious agate stone floor.

Of course, an equally opulent menu has been put together too. Curated by Scott’s Head Chef, David McCarthy, guests can enjoy rare and creative dishes including golden pearl caviar, twice baked lobster soufflé with shaved black or white truffle (depending on the season) to start, followed by Newlyn Bay turbot with hand dived scallop as a main dish. The selection of deserts is equally as decadent, featuring pink Champagne and strawberry jelly with elderflower sorbet, alongside gold leaf salted caramel truffles for the table, while the rest restaurant’s Sommelier has created a bespoke wine list to go alongside the whole experience.

To make an enquiry about visiting The Platinum Arowana Room at Scott’s, enquire through the dedicated Private Dining Team on 020 3935 2208.

THE PLATINUM AROWANA ROOM

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