If you’re looking for the best restaurants in Mayfair, London, you’ve come to the right place. From Michelin-starred establishments to casual all-day eateries, we’ve got you covered. So sit back, relax, and let us take you on a culinary journey through one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in London. Bon appétit!

Best Restaurants in Mayfair London

British, French, Chinese, Japanese and Italian cuisine are all well represented in Mayfair. You’ll also find some of the most spectacular dining rooms in London in this area.

Whether you’re in the mood for fine dining or casual fare, be sure to explore Mayfair’s culinary landscape. You won’t be disappointed.

COMO Metropolitan London

This boutique hotel is a great choice for dinner in Mayfair. Renowned chef Ruben Briones and team have come up with a creative menu that’s strong on flavour, in a stylish setting within the COMO Metropolitan London hotel on Old Park Lane.

A Taste of the Ocean is a 3 month long pop-up dining experience that runs from Wednesdays to Saturdays. Take a culinary journey around the Basque region and the Mediterranean, with some incredible dishes like shellfish croquettes with sriracha mayo.

Grilled Galician octopus
Grilled Galician octopus

Yellow curry mussels with garlic and smoked cheese flatbread is another menu highlight. And don’t miss the signature chargrilled monkfish with seafood and lobster broth rice! The Chef Selection which includes 7 sharing dishes is priced at £60 per person, or you can choose from the a la carte menu.

Diners can either sit in the dining room or at the counter, which we recommend for a close up view of the open kitchen. You can enjoy some delicious cocktails such as a Raspberry Virgin Mojito, or pair your meal with Taittinger Champagne.

Park Chinois

Nearby on Berkeley Street, Park Chinois is one of the best restaurants in Mayfair for dim sum. Recreating the opulence of the 1930s, they actually have their own in-house theatre company who host live entertainment.

Restaurateur Alan Yau knows a thing or two about creating the right ambiance and it’s a very elegant place, with white tablecloths and gold leaf in abundance. Try the roast duck or book in for afternoon tea with live music. We enjoyed the lunchtime dim sum menu, available four days a week from Thursdays onwards.

Park Chinois Mayfair
Park Chinois Mayfair

Kitty Fisher’s Mayfair

This Mayfair restaurant is popular with both locals and tourists. It is named after an 18th-century courtesan, and the decor is inspired by the Georgian era.

Shepherd Market, where the restaurant is located, was once known as a red-light district, and Kitty Fisher’s pays homage to its colorful history. The menu features British classics with a modern twist, and the wine list includes both old and new world wines.

The restaurant has a warm and inviting atmosphere, and the staff are attentive and helpful. Kitty Fisher’s is the perfect place to enjoy a delicious meal in Mayfair.

Theo Randall at the InterContinental

Theo Randall at the InterContinental is one of the top Italian restaurants in Mayfair. The dining room has a fresh new look but the quality of the produce remains unchanged.

We highly recommend the Saturday bottomless brunch, Festa in Famiglia. There is a huge array of dishes to choose from, accompanied by Aperol Spritz, Negroni or Prosecco for 1.5 hours from arrival.

Theo Randall brunch at the Intercontinental Park Lane
Brunch at Theo Randall – one of the best restaurants in Mayfair

Dinner at Theo Randall is also a fantastic culinary experience. Feast on Italian dishes such as pan-fried cuttlefish,, mushroom and ricotta ravioli and beef sirloin with porcini, mixed greens and roasted carrots.

Pair your meal with one of the many delicious Italian wines that the knowledgeable sommelier recommends. Most importantly, save room for the delicious Neapolitan rum and Amalfi lemon baba!

What’s more, Theo has a new cookbook, The Italian Pantry, which offers 100 different ways to use 10 cupboard staples at home. Beautifully presented, this cookbook is a great way to enjoy a taste of Italy at home.

Neapolitan rum and Amalfi lemon baba
Neapolitan rum and Amalfi lemon baba

Sartoria

This Mayfair restaurant has been going strong on Savile Row since 1998. Renowned for its Italian cuisine and attentive service, Sartoria has a cosy bar as well as a spacious dining room with comfy banquette seating.

In the evenings, the low light gives it an extra charm. The tables are sufficiently far apart that you can easily have a private business conversation or intimate date.

The food is equally impressive, with dishes inspired by Chef Patron Francesco Mazzei’s Calabrian roots. Classic Italian dishes such as fritto misto, vitello tonnato and tiramisu are complemented by contemporary dishes like crab salad served pinzimonio style and home cured black cod with liquorice. Save room for delicious desserts such as ginger chocolate tartlet with raspberries or an amaretto tiramisu.

Flemings Hotel Mayfair 

This traditional Mayfair restaurant and hotel close to Green Park does fantastic afternoon tea created by Shaun Rankin in their stylish tea room. There’s a good selection of teas by The East India Company, including the Flemings hotel own blend.

For fine dining, the hotel’s Ormer Mayfair Restaurant is popular. British ingredients take pride of place on the menu.

Flemings Hotel Mayfair - chocolate indulgence afternoon tea
Afternoon tea at Flemings Hotel

Kai Mayfair

This is a chic restarurant on South Audley Street that is known for its liberated Chinese cooking. It’s held a Michelin star since 2009 for its authentic yet contemporary dishes.

The Chinese Whispers Afternoon Tea is available from Wednesday to Sunday. Guests can dip into the Jar of Whispers and Conversations for conversation starters such as “What was your worst wardrobe mistake?”.

Sexy Fish

One of the most trendy restaurants in Mayfair, thanks to its striking decor with artworks by Damien Hirst and Frank Gehry. Designed by Martin Brudnizki, this Berkeley Square favourite is great fun for a special occasion.

The food is Asian inspired, with an extensive menu of sashimi, sushi, seafood and meat cooked on a Robata grill. Downstairs, there’s The Coral Reef Room for private dining. It features two of the biggest coral reef tanks in the world.

Sexy Fish bar in Mayfair
Sexy Fish bar

Sketch

This 3 Michelin-starred restaurant in Mayfair is the brainchild of French chef Pierre Gagnaire and restaurateur Mazouz. From the Gallery with its artworks by David Shrigley to the Lecture Room and Library with its fine dining menu, the decor is as impressive as the French food.

This is haute cuisine with a modern twist.

Located in an elegant townhouse on Conduit Street, in the heart of Mayfair, it’s one of the most Instagrammable restaurants in London. Even the pod-shaped toilets are like something out of a scif-fi film.

Sketch London is a Michelin starred restaurant with egg shaped loos and a rainbow colored ceiling
The famous toilets at Sketch

The Dorchester

One of the best Mayfair restaurants, The Dorchester Grill serves seasonal British cuisine in its stylish dining room on Park Lane. Since opening in 1931, it became known for grilled food yet its blue lobster chowder and sweet soufflé menu are also popular.

Executive chef Tom Booton creates elegant dishes in the restaurant designed by Bruno Moinard. There’s a hand blown Murano glass chandelier and pivoting wall panels to give a different ambiance from day to evening.

Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester is the hotel’s flagship restaurant, with a fiber optic backdrop. Chef Jocelyn Herland and Head Sommelier Vincenzo Arnese have created a fantastic dining experience.

Dinner at the Dorchester Grill, Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, Mayfair, London
Dinner at The Dorchester Grill

Tokimeite

One of the top Japanese restaurants in Mayfair, Tokimeite is located on chic Conduit Street. The pared down design puts the focus firmly on the cooking.

Tokimeite specializes in the finest wagyu beef, supplied by Zen-Noh. An open counter kitchen rustles up sashimi, sushi and tempura.

For an authentic taste of Japan, try the omakase menu. This means that you tell the chef what you like and he’ll surprise you.

Tokimeite is one of the best restaurants Mayfair
Japanese food at Tokimeite

Caviar House & Prunier 

This elegant eatery and shop is not only known for its delicious caviar and for using the finest ingredients. Its also a great place for smoked salmon of many different kinds and Tsarine Champagne, one of the best we’ve tasted.

The flagship store is located on Piccadilly, one of the most famous streets in London.

Caviar House & Prunier, Piccaddilly, Mayfair, London
Food and drink at Caviar House & Prunier

In Conclusion: Best Restaurants in Mayfair

We hope that this list of the best restaurants in Mayfair has whetted your appetite! Other top restaurants in Mayfair are Pollen Street Social, Bentley’s Oyster Bar, Goodmans Mayfair, Bombay Bustle, The Colony Grill Room at The Beaumont Hotel and El Pirata. Gaucho Mayfair is one of the best bottomless brunches in London.

if you’re looking for more great food recommendations, be sure to check out our other articles on the best restaurants in London and beyond.

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5 thoughts on “12 Best Restaurants in Mayfair, London”

  1. Awesome restaurant guide for visitors to the area and for those that may live in the city already. The food looks delicious.

  2. Quite a good selection here. I love the Sunday Roast at Dorchester Grill and looking forward to dine at Ella Canta soon. Get the festivities out the way first. R

  3. I was in Mayfair today actually, but not as fine dining as these places – Hard Rock Cafe! 😉

  4. Some of my favourites the Dorchester grill is divine. Some of my favourites 34 Mayfair, Mahmooda and Corrigans Lucy x

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