Situated on Motcomb Street in the heart of Knightsbridge, the Pantechnicon is famous for being named after the storehouse for antiques that used to belong to London notables.
Dating back to the 1830’s, The Pantechnicon Public House and Dining Room lies across two grandiose floors. On the first floor you will find a stunning dining room which is both light and spacious featuring a host of sash windows and intricate wall panelling.
The outstanding customer service will ensure you will experience a fabulous evening whether with friends, family or a loved one. There is a bar which is located on the ground floor which tends to attract plenty of business trade not to mention locals in the mood to share a bottle of plonk and catch up in cosy surroundings.
Specialities which you simply cannot afford to miss include their juicy steaks and smoked ham hock terrine dishes. There is also a pork chop served with crushed new potatoes, savoy cabbage & cherry jus, whilst you can take advantage of their organic roast offerings which usually happens on Sundays. You can choose some succulent plates from the grill featuring succulent sirloins or select some fine British cuisine that even her majesty would be proud of.
Sink your jaws into a Chargrilled British beef burger served with beetroot pickle and mustard sauce, Pan fried plaice fillet, samphire, tomato finished with a lemon and olive oil dressing or Jersey Royal and Savoy cabbage colcannon with tenderstem broccoli, crispy hen’s egg and a smoked tomato.
In order to sample the delights of the Pantechnicon, visitors need to head to Knightsbridge. This lies in Zone 1 of the Underground system. It is served by the Piccadilly line. It is just a 5 minute journey on foot to the venue. The closest rail station is Victoria.
Opening Hours are from Monday to Saturday between noon and 11pm, Saturdays and Sundays from 9am to 10.30pm.
About the area
Visitors will be able to explore a mouth-watering array of attractions in the local area. This features Hyde Park. Considered to be one of the largest royal parks in the capital, Hyde Park provides more than 140 hectares of lush green parkland with a host of sporting activities to participate in.
his includes horse riding, athletics and tennis. In addition to this, the area is renowned for hosting a wide range of events throughout the year including the highly regarded outdoor spectacle the Last Night of the Proms.
Other features inside are the Serpentine Lake which is the perfect spot to enjoy a spot of tea and relax while the Princess of Diana Memorial fountain is at the southernmost tip of the site.
Hyde Park also adjoins Kensington Gardens and you can have the chance to walk round Kensington Palace which is steeped in history.
Visitors can indulge in copious shopping opportunities within the area. This is thanks to being so close to Knightsbridge and Belgravia which provide a number of high end designer stores as well as individual boutique stores to choose from.