Dining at The Pem, nestled within the elegant Conrad St James’s hotel, was an experience that blended fine dining with culinary artistry. This sophisticated restaurant, known for its exquisite menu and refined atmosphere, did not disappoint.
The seemingly unremarkable bread stole the show. We really enjoyed how soft it is in the inside while being crusty.
The evening began with a starter that set a high bar: the Dressed Dorset Crab. Priced at £18.00, this dish was a masterpiece of flavor and texture.
For the main course, we each indulged in two of The Pem’s signature dishes. The first was the “Roast Cotswold Venison”. The venison was cooked to perfection – tender, flavorful, and paired exquisitely with salsify and a shoulder kromeski that added a delightful crunch
The second main course was the “Cumbrian Shorthorn & Porthilly Oyster”. The roast sirloin was succulent and rich. Interestingly the steak is paired with oyster. Not something you would usually see.
Although the menu’s dessert options looked incredibly tempting, we were comfortably full from the starters and mains to explore them further.
The Pem is located at:
Conrad London St. James
22-28 Broadway, Westminster
London SW1H 0BH