London Restaurants - Mayfair, Belgravia

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Farm Shop

64 South Audley Street, London W1K 2QT

Farm Shop started life out on an actual farm, Durslade Farm in Bruton, and this is their Mayfair location which, as well as being a shop and butcher, has an extensive wine bar below ground. The entry-level wines by the glass are surprisingly affordable for Mayfair and they're backed up with cheese and charcuterie boards, toasties and more. The perfect little hideaway in the middle of Mayfair.

The Cocochine

27 Bruton Place, London W1J 6NQ

This restaurant comes from the team of gallery owner Tim Jefferies and chef Larry Jayasekara. It's set in an absolutely beautiful space, adorned with artwork from Jefferies' galleries. It's a fine dining affair with much of the produce coming from produce from the Rowler Estate in Northamptonshire. Expect intense attention to detail in the cooking and make sure to try one of their pies if they're on the menu. Also note, the same team is behind The Rex Delicatessen across the road which is well worth a look.


38 Groom Place, Belgravia, London SW1X 7BA

This sees Tom Aikens return to the kitchen in a mich more intimate setting. Counter dining is the order of the day where you can see the chefs properly in action. The menu is based around Aikens' life and expreience and expect a lot of attention to detail in the presentation.


231 Ebury Street, London SW1W 8UT

This longstanding French restaurant is a Belgravia institution, offering up a bit of rustic charm in the area for more than 50 years. A French bistro, it's a local favourite that goes big on classics like beef bourguignon, coq au vin and steak frites and has an excellent terrace for the summer months.

Noble Rot Mayfair

5 Trebeck St, Shepherd Market, London W1J 7LT

This is the third restaurant from the Noble Rot team (again teaming up with The Sportsman's Stephen Harris). A bigger space than their Soho restaurant, this boasts two bars which are very handy for popping for snacks and a glass or two of wine. The restaurant sees them bring a menu of "indulgence" and this also boasts one of their most extensive wine lists.


68 Duke Street, Mayfair, London W1K 6JU

Apricity is the latest restaurant from Chantelle Nicholson (previously behind Tredwells). Here, they have a menu that's veg-forward (but not exclusively) and have a strong eye on seasonality and low-waste. Expect some exceptionally crafted dishes here.

The Dover

33 Dover St, London W1S 4NF

The Dover is a Mayfair restaurant by Martin Kuczmarski, former right-hand man to Soho House's Nick Jones, aiming for understated glamour with NYC Italian-inspired cuisine. With an ambience best described as "casual but not too casual", there's a real feel of old-school Mayfair hospitality here. The menu is also welcomingly old-school with dishes including an excellent Chicken Cordon Bleu. On top of that, there's an impressive bar specializing in martinis that' it's worth visiting for alone.


35 Heddon Street, London W1B 4BR

Run by the double act of chef Nieves Barragán and GM Josè Etura, Sabor is the kind of restaurant everyone wants to try, and once they've been are immediately plotting a return visit. It's a restaurant of two halves with the Asador on the upper level and counter dining by the open kitchen on the ground floor. Obviously, you're going to want the croquetas, but everything else will be great as well.


Royal Academy, Burlington Gardens, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD

José Pizarro is one of the best Spanish chefs in London today. Here, he's taken over two of the restaurants in the Royal Academy - their main restaurant in the Dorfman Senate Rooms and the Poster Bar downstairs. He's produced another excellent menu of tapas which will suit anyone after they've had a dose of culture at the RA.


11-15 Swallow Street, London W1B 4DG

A London institution, having been around since 1916, this Piccadilly spot has thrived under Richard Corrigan's ownership. Whether you're perched up at the counter having oysters from some of the best shuckers in the world or upstairs in the more formal dining room, you'll get amazing seafood here.


42 North Audley Street, Mayfair, London W1K 6ZR

Bibi comes from chef Chet Sharma, previously at big name restaurants Moor Hall and L'Enclume and then Group Development Chef at JKS (Gymkhana). This time, he's in charge of his own kitchen at this Mayfair Indian restaurant. It takes its influences from across India "from roadside cafés from Punjab in the north, to Kerala in the south."


Four seasons, Hamilton Pl, London W1J 7DR

This sees top French chef Yannick Alleno (who has many Michelin stars to his name) in charge of the main restaurant and bar at The Four Seasons on Park Lane. This iteration of the restaurant has a huge counter dining space where you can see the chefs putting the finishing touches to Alleno's haute cuisine up close. The bar space also features a separate menu of sushi and more snacks.


85 Piccadilly, London W1J 7NB

Ollie Dabbous' Mayfair restaurant is a three-storey affair. The main restaurant used to be divided in two - but now serves the same menu throughout, including classics like his warm acorn cake. The cocktail bar, in the basement is well worth a visit and they're also known for great breakfasts.

Ormer Mayfair

Flemings Mayfair, 7-12 Half Moon St, 7-12 Half Moon St, London W1J 7BH

The main restaurant inside the Flemings Mayfair hotel, Ormer is now run by Executive Chef Sofian Msetfi (previously at Adare Manor and The Hand and Flowers). It uses seasonal produce from the UK and also has its own kitchen garden in Essex. That's all used in a solely tasting menu experience (and they have vegetarian and vegan options too).

The Araki

12 New Burlington Street, London W1S 3BH

This tiny restaurant - just nine people up at the dining counter and six in a private dining room - becme a hit in London. The main chef returned to Tokyo, leaving his sushi apprentice turned head chef Marty Lau in charge. It's received recent notoriety for being one of Ed Sheeran's favourite restaurants in London.


6 Clarges Street, London W1J 8AE

This Mayfair restaurant is inspired by the legacy of the late and hugely influential French chef Joel Robuchon. Originally called Le Comptoir, it was renamed in honour of the chef's most famous restaurant. It takes influence from both Western and Eastern cooking, but if his famously buttery pommes puree are on the menu, they're not to be missed.


20 Arlington St, St. James's, London SW1A 1RJ

Taking over the site that was once Le Caprice, Jeremy King's Arlington is Le Caprice 2.0 in all but name. it's the restaurant that launched King's career and he's brought back legendary GM Jesus Adorno too. Expect a look that harkens back to the classic Le Caprice but shiny and up to date as well as some of the classic dishes from the original, like the iced berries in white chocolate sauce. It's a great place for a star-spot too.

Sushi Kanesaka

45 Park Ln, London W1K 1PN

Already enjoying two Michelin stars at his Tokyo restaurant, chef Shinji Kanesaka created a stir with the opening of this incredibly luxe omakase restaurant at 45 Park Lane, not least because the set menu was a startling £420. Given that he's one of the finest traditional Edomae sushi masters in Japan that price probably isn't surprising. With just 13 seats the diners are getting an incredibly intimate experience here.


The Peninsula, 1 Grosvenor Pl, London SW1X 7HJ

Brooklands is the rooftop restaurant at The Peninsula London run by multi-Michelin-starred chef Claude Bosi. The restaurant boasts a showstopper room with a Concorde replica on the ceiling while the food aims for a journey across the British Isles using sustainably sourced ingredients. There's also a large terrace and an equally impressive cocktail bar with views across London.


2 St James’s Market, London SW1Y 4RP

Chefs Will Murray and Jack Croft met in the kitchens of Dinner by Heston and then teamed up with James Robson to come up with Fallow. They run big on sustainability, so they use interesting cuts and everything is super seasonal and focuses mainly on British and Irish produce. Fallow’s commitment to sustainability and seasonality extends to even growing its own mushrooms in-house - how’s that for food miles?

Il Gattopardo

27 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, London W1S 4HZ

This high-end Itlaian restaurant comes from the same people behind Coya, Amazonico and Bar des Pres. It's taken southern Italy as the inspiration in a restaurant that's made of a warren of rooms and bars. The room with the retractable glass roof will be a hit on warm days, while their veal tomahawk Milanese is a must.


36 Duke Street, St James's, London SW1Y 6DF

Paying homage to the grand brasseries of Paris and Lyon, Maison Francois quickly made a name for itself in St James when it opened in 2020. Downstairs there’s a huge wine cellar that’s a perfect private dining room and the basement bar, Frank’s, is a handy spot for a glass of wine post-work.

45 Jermyn St

45 Jermyn St., London SW1 6DN

A popular St James haunt (and adjacent to Fortnums), this is always busy with a crowd that appreciates its super seasonal menu using the best of British produce. Enjoy the luxury of tableside service including a caviar trolley and the beef Wellington with sauce that’s flambeed right beside you.

The Ritz

150 Piccadilly, London W1J 9BR

One of London’s most elaborate dining rooms, the food here by the well-respected executive chef John Williams more than matches its surroundings. Here is a restaurant where you can expect domes to be lifted off dishes like veal cheek blanquette with white asparagus and Madeira. For sheer theatricality, order the crepes suzettes which are finished off in front of you.


4 St James's Market, St. James's, London SW1Y 4QU

Chef patron Ramael Scully is of Chinese, Indian, Balinese and Irish descent and these influences inspire his cooking. The restaurant is a particular lure for vegetarians who are attracted by dishes like the bbq tender-stem broccoli with salted egg yolk, onion chinkiang vinegar and wasabi pea furikake.


5 Princes St, London W1B 2LQ

Tendril had been running as a supper club and pop-up before finding its permanent home in Mayfair. Run by Rishim Sachdeva (previously at Chiltern Firehouse) , the restaurant's driving aim is to serve "mostly vegan" food (which means one or two dishes may feature cheese) with dishes based on Rishim's experience gained in both British and Indian kitchens.


1 Dover Yard at 1 Hotel Mayfair, London W1J 8DJ

Dovetale is the main restaurant at 1 Hotel Mayfair and comes from top chef Tom Sellers (the man behind Restaurant Story). In a very upscale hotel environment (blessed with a beautiful hidden terrace), the food here features plenty of special creations from Sellers and has a secret weapon in the form of its Knickerbocker Glory trolley.

Claridge's Restaurant

Brook Street, London W1K 4HR

The main Claridge's restaurant has returned with a completely new look and a more classic menu. The restaurant has reinvented itself as a "classically inspired but contemporary British restaurant" that is shying away from celebrity chefs and concentrating on delivering a menu of elevated British and European classics. There's a small bar in here too, so if you just fancy trying some snacks, that's well worth a look.


1 Dover St, London W1S 4LD

Sheesh became a huge hit in Essex, attracting all manner of celebs from D-listers to A-listers like Russell Crowe. This sees them in much more prime territory - almost directly opposite The Ritz. Expect something of a party affair, a touch of Essex in London and a menu that does indeed feature "Sheesh" kebabs, but wagyu steaks and lobster rolls too. Don't expect it to be subtle.


55 Jermyn Street, London, SW1Y 6LX

The great fact to bandy about Wiltons is that it’s older than the United States of America (the restaurant first opened 280 years ago). Looking good for its age, this is a place to perch up at the counter for oysters or find a booth at the back for luxe but traditional treats like Lobster Thermidor or an epic mixed grill.