Celebrity spotting in Mayfair

Where better in London to spot your favourite celebrities than in glamorous Mayfair? Come and enjoy wining and dining in some of the most fabulous restaurants alongside A-list celebs; who knows who you might bump into! Here are some hotpots you definitely won’t want to miss.

Nobu.

This is one of the UK’s most frequented celebrity restaurants and no wonder; it’s co-owned by Robert de Niro himself! Expect to see plenty of A-list regulars including Brad Pitt, Cheryl Cole, Kate Moss, Elton John and Tom Cruise. The food is pretty spectacular too!

Automat.

This place is seriously cool – a classic all-American menu and retro dining car interior make it the place for London’s hip young starlets to see and be seen. Emma Watson held her 18th birthday party in the downstairs club, and Mick Jagger, Mark Ronson and Lily Allen are all regulars.

Cecconi’s.

This stylish restaurant is the epitome of Mayfair chic, with its stunning traditional Venetian tapas bar. Choose from a range of trendy salads or enjoy their legendary chocolate fondant as you see how many familiar faces you can spot – Stella McCartney is a regular here.

China Tang.

Located in the Dorchester, Walt Disney, Mariah Carey, Clint Eastwood and Naomi Campbell have all dined here. Their Peking duck dish is to die for – it’s said to be amongst the finest in the UK! What could be better than delicious Chinese food and a spot of celebrity watching?

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