Due to its popularity with Lords, Ladies, Ministers and Members of Parliament, Quilon is one of the few Michelin-starred restaurants with its own Division Bell. When a Division is imminent, Members are alerted by a bell that rings throughout Parliamentary buildings, summoning Members of Parliament to the Division Lobbies. For the rest of us at Quilon there is free wi-fi.
A Division Bell is rung in the immediate vicinity of the Palace of Westminster to signal there is eight minutes before a vote. Division Bell is also the name of Pink Floyd's fourteenth album.
CONTEMPORARY INDIAN FOOD & ART
Quilon features specially commissioned artworks from the highly acclaimed Indian artist Paresh Maity, who in a short but prolific career was in 2014 awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India – the fourth highest civilian award. He says “water colours are my heart & soul” perfectly complementing Quilon’s love affair with South-west coastal cuisine.