Inspired by old world design and the glory of British craftsmanship,
The Pilgrm brings a sense of provenance to today's modern traveller.
We believe in bringing people together and that genuine hospitality is seamless, generous and graceful.
At our core, we’re individuals simply driven by making something that was once beautiful, beautiful again.
Book Direct with The Pilgrm
Book here on our website and we’ll give you £10 as a gift from us to spend in our Cafe or Lounge on breakfast, dinner or perhaps one of our exclusive cocktails - the choice is yours.
Our neighbourhood cafe is a place of intersection, where locals can meet residents over coffee from CRUkafe and delicious treats, such as doughnuts from Crosstown. Open to everybody it serves tasty Zig Zag teas as well as organic cold pressed juices, it is a spot to spend a minute and take a while.
Available for walk-ins every day. Open daily from 7am - 4pm.
Our first floor lounge captures the old world glamour and beauty of the Victorian-era building. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, our menus are a celebration of influences and techniques from around the world from Head Chef Sara Lewis. The all day menu includes a British charcuterie selection from cured meat specialists Cannon & Cannon of Borough Market, Dahl with a choice of grilled mackerel or chicken and more small plates such as the cauliflower falafel with harissa labneh, and the soy glazed crispy pork belly and chilli miso. In addition, the ultimate wild mushroom and Dolcelatte toastie, mug of soup with crusty bread courtesy of Bread Ahead and warm milk and cookies.
The cocktail offering is an exciting collaboration with some of the best cocktail bars from around the world, featuring drinks exclusively loaned to The Pilgrm, but made here in London. The Silvertone by Chad Solomon of Midnight Rambler in Dallas is made with gin, vermouth and house orange bitters, whilst the Reverse Martinez by Vassillis Kyritsis and Nikos Bakoulis of The Clumsies bar in Athens is a delicate twist on a classic cocktail made with rose vermouth, gin, Maraschino liqueur, and bitters.
If you’d like to book a table please use the booking form or get in touch email@example.com. You can also just drop by as we do hold tables back. Open daily from 7am - 10:30pm.
Residing in the more bohemian and historic side of the area.
Paddington is known for its colourful and creative residents, because here literary greats mix with pioneering architects and have done so for decades. Situated very close to Paddington Station, the hotel is located next to Norfolk Square. The Pilgrm has The Frontline Club, a hub for creatives, and Monocle’s own Kioskafe just around the corner, as neighbours. Ideally located for international travel courtesy of Heathrow Express, The Pilgrm is also close by to Marylebone, Hyde Park, Notting Hill and Bayswater - all within easy walking distance.
We’re inspired by craftsmanship and its place in today's culture.
We like to share stories of compelling makers and places in our Journal. Stay in touch and we promise we will too.
February 14th Feast
Inspired by Valentine’s Day’s truest sentiment – togetherness, February 14th will see Head Chef Sara Lewis join up with her partner and fellow Chef to put on a dinner party at The Pilgrm.
Conserving the Archives
Popular culture is known for its peaks and troughs. And so whilst the leaders of the next big trends are perennially named the “it” thing, so few of these tastemaker’s intentions are pure or even genuine. But Jin Ahn of Conservatory Archives, the Hackney-based plant shop, is doing something especially green and we should all take note. Read on
Wined, dined, thoroughly intertwined
Wine, like many of the things we hold dear, offers much provenance. Stories and folklore around its culture exist in part due to the difficulty of bottling it, but also how each bottle is a reflection of a place in time. The great characters within the business of wine, and of course those who passionately enjoy drinking it, help drench it in dramatic intrigue. But two folks feel this intrigue needn’t be elitist anymore. Read on