A hidden corner of central London, the warmth and energy Angelus is renowned for is personified in its founder Thierry Tomasin.
Thierry Tomasin, former Chairman Sommelier of Britain has turned Angelus into a favourite West London restaurant with an easy gastronomic menu and contemporary approach to the French classics with an unbeatable wine cellar.
Angelus prides itself on being an all day and evening refuge, providing anything from gourmet breakfasts or mid-morning snacks, through to canapés, lunch or dinner.
Formerly a pub and covert meeting place for political figures such as Winston Churchill, Angelus boasts elegant Art-Nouveau interiors which have been cleverly incorporated into the original architecture of the early 19th century building. This “brasserie de luxe” is uniquely located in one of London’s last working mews.
Located next door to the Hyde Park Stables and just minutes from the Park itself, Angelus is the perfect place to enjoy an atmospheric lunch or dinner, or just a relaxing snack after a stroll.