(Feb 14 only; standard a la carte menu served other nights)


Cream of pumpkin soup
topped with pumpkin seed oil & served with soda bread

Hazelnut butter grilled scallops
served with a homemade sweet chilli sauce

Warm smoked duck breast with a sharon fruit coulis, frisée salad & parmesan shavings

Crispy mozzarella balls
with a tomato & basil sauce (V)


Fillet of monkfish served with mussels & lobster sauce, fresh asparagus & dauphinois potatoes


Venison steak
served with chicken liver pâté,
madeira sauce & fondant potatoes


Guinea fowl breast stuffed with prosciutto & gorgonzola

with an olive & sun-dried tomato mash


Artichoke heart gratin filled with butternut squash & spinach,
served with a sun-dried tomato polenta & Italian side salad (V)

all main courses are served with a selection of fresh garden vegetables


Chocolate truffle cake with crème Chantilly

Caramelised pineapple & mascarpone cheesecake with a strawberry coulis

White Chocolate Crème Brulee


























Singer Zoe Francis 606 Club Chelsea Live Music Vocal Jazz LondonThursday 13th 8:30pm -
**Pre-Valentine Night Special**

Zoe Francis – vocal-led modern jazz quartet w Jim Mullen-gtr; Stan Sulzmann-sax; Gareth Williams-pno; Mick Hutton-bs

Zoe started singing jazz while living and working in New York, and soon became a regular fixture on the scene, often sitting in with the late Harry Whitaker and his trio at Arturo’s down in the Village as well as working with many other musicians including Harry Allen, Warren Vache, Joe Cohn and Chris Flory. Her first album "Looking for a Boy" has just been released providing a great showcase for her beautiful voice. Singing a really lovely selection of standards (some well known, others less so), with a great sense of swing and natural ability, Zoe’s gigs are just terrific. Appearing with Zoe this evening will be iconic UK guitarist Jim Mullen, the great Stan Sulzmann on sax, Gareth Williams (Claire Martin) on piano and Mick Hutton on bass. A classic jazz star in the making, and a brilliant gig, just right to get you in that Valentine mood.

“...she delivers with cool but affecting aplomb, her diction perfect, her range impressive….a classy, poised singer who respects her material enough to deliver it straight and true” LondonJazz;
“Fine…singer” Time Out.

Music charge £18 including a glass of champagne per person or ½ a bottle of house wine between two. Booking Only.


Singer Trudy Kerr 606 Club Chelsea Live Music Vocal Jazz LondonFriday 14th 9:30pm -
**Valentine Night Special**
(set menu only, £48 per person)

Trudy Kerr – vocal-led jazz quintet
feat. Geoff Gascoyne - bass

Trudy is renowned as one of the UK’s top jazz vocalists, regularly selling out shows at prestigious venues and festivals around Europe and her native Australia. With nine widely acclaimed albums to her name (and a 10th soon to be released) and a successful vocal teaching career, she is one of the scene’s busiest singers. Primarily performing gorgeous mainstream jazz with a bias towards bop, her highly skilled, nimble voice is a real pleasure to hear. Tonight she will be featuring some Special Guests to help the evening along and has promised a wonderful set of “songs from the likes of Nancy Wilson, Dinah Washington and Peggy Lee”. Our Head Chef, JP, has put together a Special Valentine’s menu (see over) and with an incredible band including Geoff Gascoyne (Jamie Cullum, Georgie Fame) on bass this gig is highly recommended.

“Trudy Kerr has moved to the front rank of UK singers” Musician Magazine;
“engaging performer” The Stage

Music charge £18 + Set Menu £48 including a glass of champagne per person or ½ a bottle of house wine between two. Booking Only.


Saxophonist Bobby Wellins 606 Club Chelsea Live Music Modern Straight Ahead Jazz LondonSaturday 15th 9:30pm -
**Post-Valentine Night Special**

Bobby Wellins – sax-led modern jazz quartet feat.Liam Noble-pno with special guest Cecilia Stalin

Bobby Wellins is considered to be one of the icons of British modern jazz. Originally from Glasgow, Bobby was on one of the biggest selling jazz albums ever produced in this country, Stan Tracey’s “Under Milk Wood”, recorded in the late sixties. After taking a sabbatical from the music for seven years, Bobby came back in the early eighties to lead the Charlie Watts Big Band as well as a number of small groups, which re-established him as one of the finest melodic saxophonists in the world. His gentle sound and approach are unique and make for a fine, highly enjoyable nights listening. Perfect for a Post Valentine evening.

“..impeccable control, combined with a rich, luxuriant, tone” The Scotsman
"A masterful display of controlled sensitivity from one of the most original voices in European Jazz " The Sunday Times

Music charge £18 including a glass of champagne per person or ½ a bottle of house wine between two. Booking Only.



Singer Sarah Moule 606 Club Chelsea Live Music Vocal Jazz LondonSunday 16th 1:30pm
Sarah Moule's Alternative Valentine:
It's Love, But Not As We Know It

Love is a many splendored thing, so they say, but frankly, sometimes it's a bit complicated. To celebrate the tricky side of love singer Sarah Moule and her stellar quartet (Simon Wallace - piano, Mick Hutton - bass and Paul Robinson - drums) take a sideways look at the highs and heartbreaks of unconventional love with songs by Shel Silverstein, Cole Porter, Bob Dylan, Harold Arlen, Noel Coward, Landesman & Wallace, Duncan Lamont, Teddy Thompson and Jacques Prévert.

'One of the UK's finest jazz vocalists' JazzUK Magazine
'Outstanding interpretations' The Observer
'Immediately accessible and thought-provoking' Jazzwise Magazine :: Click Here to View a Clip :: CLICK HERE TO BOOK

Singer Wayne Hernandez 606 Club Chelsea Live Music Soul R&B LondonSunday 16th 8:30pm -

Wayne Hernandez - vocal-led Soul/R&B 8-piece band feat. Michael Brown-gtr

Wayne Hernandez is one of those fantastic singers who has been using his considerable talents for many years to make others sound good. Hugely successful within the music business he has worked with Tina Turner, Tori Amos, Blur, Grover Washington, Roberta Flack and Madonna. He has also toured extensively with Kool and the Gang, Regina Bell and most recently Billy Ocean, and is one of the singers with the band Gorillaz, (oh, that guy!). With an Afro-Cuban heritage that includes work to this day with the London Community Gospel Choir, along with living in New York for a number of years, Wayne describes his music as “…a living fusion of music styles from the Black music scene”. Also a well-established songwriter and producer, this multi-talented artist delivers a simply brilliant set of powerful groove music with an impressive eight-piece band of hand-picked musicians, including guitar, sax and backing vocals, that define the word “soul”. We’ve asked Wayne to put together a special “Valentine Soul Night”, so if you want to spend a romantic evening with some rare “Groove” sounds, this is definitely for you.

“ was clear that Wayne had a very special talent, his voice, it was simply breathtaking”