The menu is British at Rhodes W1, and the sophisticated décor is bright and white, lit by sconces and elaborate chandeliers. This restaurant at the Grosvenor House hotel is part of the empire built by British chef Gary Rhodes, whose restaurants around the world have earned Michelin stars. The hotel sits in a prime location, next to the marina and its fleets of fancy boats. The cuisine ranges from panfried sea bass to braised lamb shank with tarragon gravy. Open for dinner only, plus afternoon tea served Fridays and Saturdays.