Soaring heights are achieved at Brooklands – a spectacular rooftop restaurant that is both a destination and a journey. The space, which pays homage to the classic eras of British aviation and motorsport, sets the scene for the modern British cuisine of Chef Director Claude Bosi.
Brooklands shares its namesake with the storied Surrey racetrack – the birthplace of British racing sport and flight innovation. The restaurant, as well as its dedicated lift and entryway, are appointed with a specially curated collection of artefacts honouring Brooklands’ history. Amongst the most remarkable of these is a vintage Napier Railton, the 1933 race car that set – and still holds – Brooklands’ speed record; and an arresting scale-model of the iconic Concorde aircraft, suspended from the ceiling of the main dining room. These are also reflected in the restaurant’s two private dining rooms – ‘Napier Railton’ and ‘Mach II’. A wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, and a terrace with stunning views of London’s skyline only further enhance the sense of being airborne.
Brooklands offers a menu crafted from the very best of British ingredients using traditional French techniques to deliver dishes that perfectly balance modernity and classic fine dining. Together, Chef Director Claude Bosi and Chef de Cuisine Francesco Dibenedetto bring a wealth of culinary expertise to establish Brooklands as a highly desirable and respected drinking and dining destination.