Located on the 1st floor of the Queen’s Stand, this exquisite restaurant affords spectacular views of the racecourse, parade ring and the winner’s enclosure. The menu is designed and delivered by world class chef Albert Roux OBE.
Access to the Queen’s Stand enclosure is included, as is access to roaming and fixed betting services.
Private tables of two and above are available
Dress code:
Ladies' Day - Friday 2 June
Gentlemen must wear a jacket, collar and tie
Ladies are encouraged to wear a fascinator or hat
Jeans, sports shorts, denim or trainers are not permitted
Children should be dressed smartly
Derby Day - Saturday 3 June
Either black or grey morning dress with a top hat, service dress or full national costume is obligatory for gentlemen
Ladies must wear formal day dress, or a tailored trouser suit, with a hat or substantial fascinator
Children should be dressed smartly

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