The Nudge says: The restaurant’s centrepiece will be a raw bar set squarely in the middle of the space. And that space? Is in The Principal Hotel; an opulent refurbishment of the huge terracotta-tiled hotel building in Russell Square – originally designed to mimic the 16th-century Château de Madrid in Paris. read more
London Eater says: The new restaurant from Margaret Crow and Brett Redman will offer all-day dining for up to 120 guests, in a dining room built around a central oyster bar which will champion the oysters and shellfish of small British producers. read more
Vogue says: Neptune serves modern seafood befitting of the gods within architectural splendour of the world’s most famous ocean liner. Entering the cavernous coral coloured room is like swimming deep into the pinkness of a conch shell. The space is an opulent mermaid’s grotto, all eclectic furniture and textures, but there’s a refined vibrancy. read more
Evening Standard says: Neptune, a seafood-focused restaurant with an all-natural wine list and gorgeous decor: gleaming curved oyster bar, peach walls and art deco banquettes that Crow designed with the oh so in-demand Russell Sage Studio. A plush bar area occupies the entrance; the custom-built range top in the kitchen cost more than the entire refit of The Richmond. read more
London On the Inside says: So we’ve got an oyster bar; seafood platters like wild Cornish mussels with a saffron, orange & bay leaf soffrito; and steamed chowder clams with buttermilk dressing & dill granite; and larger sharing dishes including whole Cornish crab with house spaghetti and a smoked Datterini tomato, Vietnamese basil and long pepper sauce. YUM. read more





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