In the lavish neighbourhood of Mayfair, Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay stands out as a culinary homage to the vibrant 1930s kissas of Tokyo and the lively drinking dens of Shanghai. This restaurant and cocktail bar has been a Mayfair staple for some time, serving lunch, dinner, and late-night cocktails that capture the essence of Asian nightlife culture. As you step in, the ambience whisks you away to a time where urban youth sought the extraordinary and the cutting-edge. The open kitchen and signature raw carve bar are bustling centres of activity where exquisite small plates, Robata grilled dishes, and an array of sushi and sashimi are created.
More than a Meal, an Experience to Share at Lucky Cat
Lucky Cat isn’t just another restaurant in Mayfair; it’s a cultural journey served on a plate. Every dish on the menu is designed to be shared, echoing the communal joys of Asian dining. Whether you’re enjoying Asian-inspired small plates or indulging in Robata grilled specialties, the experience is elevated by the carefully curated playlist that pays tribute to those nostalgic music clubs. Late-night cocktails flow freely, expertly mixed to match the innovative dishes. In a neighbourhood known for its luxury and exclusivity, Lucky Cat adds a touch of Asian flair that is both retro and decidedly modern.