Fera at Claridge’s is a Michelin-starred restaurant in London’s Mayfair. The name gives a hint on what to expect. Fera means “wild” in Latin and although the dishes are not “wild” they definitely mirror the British nature on your plate. A tree in the middle of the restaurant seems to echo this theme. The naturesque theme continues with walnut tables that are intentionally left without tablecloths.
The entrance is intriguing, tucked behind a red curtain one discovers a spacious art deco restaurant with stained-glass ceiling and mirrored walls. There is a semi-open kitchen which is always a lovely feature. All dishes are beautifully presented, sometimes on driftwood (presumably again to echo the “wild” theme). Special dietary requests have been met without any complications.
Fera also offers different menus. The 3-course lunch menu is £42, a 4-course dining menu is £85 and a 7-course tasting menu is £110 (not including drinks and service charge of course).