Focus on: Mews of Mayfair
7th September 2011
Drinking & Dining
Mews of Mayfair is one of Mayfair’s hidden delights. This sophisticated restaurant and bar offer its clientele the chance to dine and relax in an air of exclusivity and style.
Tucked away in a historic courtyard that adds to its refined air, Mews of Mayfair stands over four floors, offering various different rooms in which to dine, drink or even dance. Each room has its own character, touched with just a little English eccentricity and bags of charm.
Mews of Mayfair offers both a la carte and set menus for lunches, making this a perfect venue for business and social occasions. Many visit the restaurant for light lunches and informal business dinners. Meanwhile, those looking to hire Mews of Mayfair for a private event are well catered for. Smaller parties will enjoy congregating in the chef’s private dining room, which is ideal for seated meals for up to 28 guests or for canapé parties of up to 40 guests. The room is stunningly decorated with antique maps, original beans and a majestic chandelier and also allows guests to enjoy a prime view of the kitchen.
Meanwhile, the main restaurant can accommodate up to 65 guests for a celebratory dinner, whilst the cocktail bar is the perfect venue for a party complete with drinks and dancing. It even has DJ decks built into a grand piano and glass beaded walls for an air of decadence.
Mews of Mayfair is open seven days a week for drinking and dining.
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