Summary: Seasonal cuisine in a bright space.
Spring, nestled in Somerset House, offers a seasonal menu with a sustainable ethos, featuring a bright, elegant dining space and a focus on fresh produce. The restaurant prides itself on eliminating plastics and serving Italian-influenced dishes in a restored 19th-century drawing room. With an exceptional staff and a menu that shines even with the simplest ingredients, Spring delivers an experience that's both refreshing and refined, complementing its historical setting with modern culinary innovation. The menu changes regularly, highlighting dishes like chilled tomato soup, tortellini with girolles, and spice-rubbed pigeon, while also offering a great-value set lunch and a pre-theatre 'Scratch' menu that emphasizes the use of produce that would otherwise go to waste. The venue's dedication to sustainability is evident in its practices and menu offerings, with a focus on seasonal vegetables and fruits that bring a sense of the natural world into the heart of the city. The interior design, featuring origami wall decorations and cluster light fixtures, adds to the airy and celestial atmosphere of the dining room. With a wine list that includes on-trend varietals and low-intervention options, Spring caters to the eco-conscious diner looking for an upscale, yet conscientiously grounded dining experience.