Perched on the rooftop of No. 1 Poultry, Coq d’Argent is every inch a modern space, with spectacular views of many of London’s major landmarks including Mansion House, Monument, the Bank of England, Nat West Tower and the Lloyd’s Building. Two glass lifts take guests to the restaurant and its stunning gardens on the sixth floor.
Rooftop Venue with Alfreco Dining
The rooftop garden, originally designed by Arabella Lennox-Boyd, takes its inspiration from Corbusier’s Fifth Elevation, bold and formal. Coq d’Argent has its own private garden and terrace. The garden and terrace is popular on sunny days, the atmosphere made more evocative by the aromatic planting scheme and tubs of herbs. The two central terraces are surrounded by huge oak pergolas planted with wisteria and uva fragola vines.
SPECTACULAR CITY OF LONDON VIEWS
The interior of the restaurant is sleek and elegant using rich walnut veneer wall paneling, jura limestone flooring, soft leather chairs and mocha upholstered banquettes. An oval bar is separated from the restaurant by three curved walnut screens. Designed by Terence Conran and Conran & Partners, Coq d’Argent contrasts the dramatic impact of the building by creating a calm, luxurious environment where guests can relax and enjoy great food, good wine, superb service and spectacular views.
The regional French food is seasonal and prepared by Head Chef, Mickael Weiss.
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