Dishes will rotate with the seasons, although the eponymous 'Game Bird' (roast pigeon, parsnips, cabbage, braised leg) will stay all-year-round.
With a plush new design that brings the hotel's history out from behind the rafters, table-side trolleys serve smoked and cured fish and oysters from Jersey and West Mersea, as well as caviar.
Ingredients are comprehensively British, like Lincolnshire smoked eels, Clarence Court eggs and salt marsh mutton. We'd imagine the Sunday roast will also be a spectacular ode to all that's good from our green and pleasant land.
But its the eponymous game that'll get the column inches. At the unusual end, don't miss Rhug estate fallow deer tarter, quail egg, Worcester sauce and charcoal mayo, or stay classic with the game pie, served with port and short crust pastry.
|What||The Game Bird at The Stafford|
16-18 St James' Place
SW1A 1NJ | MAP
|Nearest tube||St. James's Park (underground)|
On 17 Mar 17, 12:00 AM
|Website||Visit The Game Bird's website to book|