Our stunning décor is inspired by the wide, open spaces of the Savannah and is the perfect place to relax for an after work drinks, conduct business meeting or just escape the hustle and bustle of London city.
With our menu offering small sharing selections, classic pub grub or a la carte menu you will find whatever you desire.
The Savannah was built upon ethical and sustainable process and beliefs. Informing every decision we make. From the suppliers that we work with to the dishes that we serve upon our menu to how we treat our staff. Our ingredients are locally sourced from farms within 75 miles from London to reduce carbon footprint. We are a member of the Sustainable Restaurant Association since 2016. We have achieved Gold standard from Investing in People. Fat & salt reduction across all of our menus for healthier options. Since 2012 0% food waste has gone to landfills. We only buy MSC accredited fresh fish products as it assures sustainable fishing.
Ostrich Steak served with red wine jus and roast root vegetable mirepoix, Pan fried Duck Breast served with grilled bok choy, crushed sweet potatoes,plum and baobab sauce, Onglet Steak Marinated in Miso (rich in proteins, source of Iron, Sodium and carbs).View menu
Whether you are looking for a refreshing white wine, or a full bodied red our organic wine list will have something for every pallet. Perhaps you are more inclined to bubbles. We have Philippe De Champagne by the glass or Veuve Clicquot Brut by the bottle. Our spirit shelf is well stocked with whiskeys from Japan, Scotland, Ireland, and bourbons from the USA. Cognacs and rums from the Caribbean Islands.View menu
The Savannah is located within the Wesley Hotel (see later). The décor tells a story inspired by nature and sustainability, with ‘time’ as the theme.
From the guest taking time to escape and relax, to the venue taking time to prepare food and drink that deliver an exceptional experience. Two eco-friendly artists have created some stunning features. The Trees of Time – highly impactful silhouettes created by British designer-maker Stephanie Cole, whose work explores nature and its shapes and patterns, seem to stop, frame, record and suspend time. The Bird of Prey has been hand-crafted by ethical artist Ptolemy Erlington, well-known for transforming scrap metal in works of art, mainly animal forms. The ‘bird’ is made of recycled shopping trolleys, is a dynamic art piece and stands majestic in the main restaurant. The sculpture integrates with the wall design which features a grey panel turning onto birds scattering – an unusual visual twist. Most of the furniture is made from recycled material and the bar uses reclaimed wood. The subtle, calming colours are enhanced by a state-of-the-art lighting system which creates different moods during the day and night. The Savannah also cultivates emerging creativity and the work of upcoming animators, film makers and artists will be projected on the walls.Read More