Hi there, what is the dress code, thinking about taking my wife here for dinner as a fine dining date, somewhere to dress nice. Is this a good place?
I usualy dress nice and the majority of the people do. However if a resident wants to dine without a tie, he is allowed to.
I usualy wear a cocktail
dress and a fur jacket and feel just right.
It was explained to me that it would be unfair if a resident is turned away as for the time being it is his home.
Yes I did dress up & felt very comfortable there.
Smart wear. I wore a Lounge Suit with Waistcoat and a Bow-Tie but then I always wear Bow-Ties. Most gentlemen were similarly smartly dressed. The Ladies of course always dress-up. Have a great evening.
Dress is smart casual, which means you will see some folks in jeans but most tend to be in slacks and a dress shirt and some jackets. Ladies were in slacks and some dresses — not formal but business type attire. Nice jeans are acceptable but my preference with my family is not to wear them to dinner unless `we are at a casual restaurant (like a pub).
Smart casual. Jeans are allowed but not with slashes. No trainers. We wear jeans but not with t shirts, polo shirts are fine.
The dress code is smart casual, if you want to dress up you won't be out of place.
You will have an amazing time
I went for Sunday Lunch. Dress code states smart casual, but people turned up in trainers, t-shirts, jeans etc....not what I was expecting at all and made the restaurant feel casual. A date night would be fabulous at CUT, which is opposite the Dorchester...and is their sister hotel 45 Park Lane. Its stunning....
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