The intention is that Sunday’s at Quo Vadis will be relaxed and children will be more than encouraged to join their parents at the restaurant. Owners Sam and Eddie Hart will be working with Children’s entertainers, Sharky and George (www.sharkyandgeorge.com). Known for their creativity in providing wholesome and original entertainment for children of all ages they will be residents at Quo Vadis every Sunday. All children aged 3 – 14 will be invited to join Sharky and George in the Marx room on the second floor whilst their parents enjoy a relaxing lunch. Sharky and George will be offering a variety of activities from Movie making to picture frame decorating as well as pizza making or circus master classes.
Guests will be able to enjoy a full a la carte menu by head chef Jean Philippe Patruno, offering fine British ingredients cooked simply, We are told that the Sunday Lunch menu is priced at £35 for 3 courses, including a ½ bottle of wine, water, coffee and service. Dishes on the menu will include, Scottish Chanterelles, Steak Tartare, Brown Shrimp on Toast, Grilled Dover Sole and a selection of Roasts with all the trimmings Desserts will include Praline Chocolate Bar with Caramelised Bananas or Passion Fruit Crème Brulee. We are told that the children won’t be left out either as they will be offered foodie treats to enjoy whilst their parents relax downstairs.
One of London’s iconic and beautiful restaurants, award winning Quo Vadis was restored to its former glory in 2008 by its owners, it offers an 85-seater dining room on the ground floor, The Quo Vadis Members Club and two private dining rooms on the 1st and 2nd floor respectively.