The Vaults Restaurant is a hidden treasure nestled in the original brick vaults of the RSA House on historic John Adam Street. Refurbished and newly decorated with specially commissioned murals the restaurant welcomes guests to relax and enjoy lunch, afternoon tea or one of our new special themed dinners.
Following on from the very successful Jubilee lunch which was held in the restaurant, the Vaults team are delighted to announce a new series of themed days which will be taking place over the coming year. The series starts off with a late summer event on Sunday 30 September, with other themes including Halloween and a Fellows’ Carvery.
These are ideal opportunities to enjoy the surroundings of the newly refurbished restaurant and RSA House, and to meet with other Fellows and their guests, following on in the spirit of our founder William Shipley. It is also is a great time to introduce friends and family to the RSA.
To make a booking, visit the website or contact us by phone on 020 7451 6934.
To share – a board for the tableMint raita, pickles & poppodums
Onion bhaji & cauliflower pakoras
Tarka dhal & grilled chapatti
Keema naan with spiced beef
Roast Temple Farm tandoori chicken, baked lemons & grated salad
Grilled lamb fillet Rezalla- loin in lemon & chilli puree on Bengali potatoes
Red mullet Biraan-marinated & spiced, pan fried with mushrooms & peppers on chana massala
Ponir Tikka-marinated curd cheese & tomato on skewer
Mixed vegetable Byriani
Saffron & almond basmati rice
Firi-rice pudding in coconut milk with cardamom & saffron
Galub Jamun-curd cheesed dumplings in rose water syrup
Kulfi-pistacio ice cream
Neal’s Yard cheese selection
Adults: Main & pudding £23.95
3 courses £26.95
Children (under 11): Main & pudding £12.95
3 courses £15.95
Service and VAT included
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