Few know its existence. And even a few will be able to sit in the plush armchairs. Only 24 people to be exact. The William Kent House was built in 1743 by architect that bears his name and remained a luxurious mansion until 2006 when the The Ritz convert most sought after in a private area for dinner. Total has five halls with top William Kent Italianate Renaissance style ceiling, deep red silk wallpaper, thick carpets and imposing wooden hand carved dining.
The ritual for VIP patrons usually starts in the next room with cocktails and canapés to go to the main dining room and enjoy top French cuisine with a background in Green Park. In the kitchen, the executive chef John Williams prepares refined French cuisine with impeccable staff serving lobster with fennel and lemon, lamb from farms in southwestern France and the end light mousse with apple champagne sorbet and elderberry. Hot spot for the summer months the garden of William Kent House, which is the best kept secret in London for cocktails and prive party.
By Nicole P.