Industry stalwart and general manager, Jon Spiteri continues to head up the front of house team and along with Sam & Eddie, they manage the building with unfaltering charisma and charm. Upon Jeremy’s arrival in January 2012 Quo Vadis underwent some cosmetic changes. The dining room and QV bar was stripped back, artwork was removed, lighter colours were painted on the walls, large mirrors were hung to bounce light around the room and the inherited stained glass windows were revealed in full. The result was a more relaxed and pretty space in which to dine and a more apt environment for Jeremy’s much loved, unfussy style of British cooking.
Upstairs, on the second floor there are two fetching private dining rooms appropriately named The Marx Room, after the building’s most notorious resident, Karl Marx (1851-1856) and The Leoni Room, named after the original restaurant’s founder, the Italian, Pepino Leoni (in 1926). These rooms host jolly lunch and dinner parties, meetings and breakfasts for a range of clientele and Jeremy’s seasonal set menus reflect and showcase the style and intention of the restaurant’s a la carte menu.
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