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Silk restaurant, in the heart of the West End, occupies a converted Grade II-listed magistrates' court, where Napoleon, Oscar Wilde and Sir Mick Jagger once stood trial. Now a Michelin-listed restaurant tucked away in the Courthouse Doubletree by Hilton, Silk offers a unique dining experience alongside exquisite Asian-fusion cuisine.
For £59, Travelzoo subscribers can enjoy a 3-course dinner for two, with a choice of anything from the colourful à la carte menu plus a delicious champagne cocktail and coffees. This fine-dining package would normally cost as much as £127 and includes:
- Two Piper-Heidsieck Champagne cocktails (choose between an Apple Spritz or Diamond Fizz)
- Any two starters, such as king prawns with ginger, curry leaves and kokum, or beef piccata with Thai green chilli paste and sweet basil
- Any two main courses, such as Oriental-style chicken prepared with new garlic pods and steamed rice, or lamb shank in rich cilantro sauce and jeera aloo
- Any two desserts, such as lemongrass chocolate mousse, mango pudding with coconut rice dumplings, or guava-flavoured pastry cream
- Tea or coffee for two
Beyond the Deal
The quirky restaurant has preserved many of its original courthouse features, including the judge’s bench, dock and witness stand. It's fantastically located, close to Carnaby Street and Oxford Circus tube station. Silk is open Tuesdays to Saturdays from 6:00pm to 11:00pm.