Sessions Arts Club Restaurant London

Sessions Arts Club restaurant London

Sessions Arts Club restaurant in London, is located in an old courthouse which yet makes for a stunning atmosphere.

Food and art is the inspiration behind Jon Spiteri’s new restaurant, Sessions Art Club. Jon is the co-founder of the British restaurant group St John. Russell Potter, who is an award-winning designer, created a fusion of wine, art, people and of course food.

The restaurant is located on the fourth floor of an 18th century old courthouse – one of the most important courts in England, at the time – from the high walls, to the arched windows that light the place with natural light. The decor inspires modern art pieces throughout the unique space.

Being on the fourth floor means that the space can spread up to a mezzanine level, and then out onto the roof, too. And what a roof it is. Almost entirely surrounding the dining room, they’ve placed not one but three terraces with their own fireplaces, as well as a gorgeous rooftop bar made of white marble, a miniature garden, and an infinity pool, this will make you feel you are not in the city even though you are looking out over the whole of East London. The view is just stunning.

When it comes to the food, expect a broadly European menu, all the sauces, stocks, condiments and pastas are made in-house. You’ll find dishes like delicately a hearty wedge of pork belly cooked with fennel & orange. Then, for dessert, expect to indulge in the apricot ripple ice cream and a seasonal fresh nectarine sorbet to cool off in the summer.

And let’s not forget that the Sessions Art Club co-owner Jon is fortunate to links in the art, fashion and music industry means they can proudly host all sorts of events including “unique, engaging evenings”. The place is basically crazy romantic.

Sessions Arts Club Restaurant London Dress Code & Address

Cuisine: European

Dress Code: Smart Casual

Area: London

Address: 24 Clerkenwell Green Old Sessions House, London EC1R 0NA


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