The grill serves up all day dining, using British food and classic tastes as the basis for most of its dishes. So you can try a Pheasant scotch egg, or a cheese and onion tart if you want a light snack. Salt baked beetroot brings in another old classic favoured by Gentleman and the horse radish packs a peppery punch. This might be the heart of London, and therefore quite a way from the sea, but the restaurant will also have a catch of the day, with whatever was fresh off the boat just a few hours before. If a whole fish doesn't tickle your tastebuds, then try delicious Morecame Bay shrimp and parsley butter spread on some grilled meat from the charcoal grill. They'll be grilling up double cut Porterhouse steaks with smoked bone marrow, if you and a friend or business partner feel like sharing. If you've only got time for a drink and some bar snacks, no problem. Duck faggots with game chips anyone ? Or crispy lamb bacon with mint jelly. To start and finish your delicious meal, you might want to sip some delicious British cocktails, all the classics will be there, along with lots of artisanal drinks producers too.