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18 April 2014

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Restaurants in Mayfair

Named after the fortnight-long May fair held from 1686 to 1764, when it was forced to move because residents felt it lowered the tone of the area, Mayfair continues to be the home of the wealthy – modern residents have dealt similarly with the moving-to-new-premises American Embassy in Grosvenor Square. Mayfair’s streets are thick with luxury-goods stores such as Selfridges on Oxford Street, the designer shopping mecca that is New Bond Street, Fortnum and Mason, and venerable institutions like the Royal Academy on Piccadilly. Such is the fantastic range of bars, restaurants, hotels, shops and boutiques, it stands to reason that restaurants in Mayfair are elegant, if pricey affairs, from Rowley’s, just the ticket for heritage-hungry tourists in St James’s (an extension of Mayfair), the intimate extravagance of Le Gavroche, to the panoramic vistas offered by Galvin at Windows from the 28th floor of the London Hilton. But it’s not all oligarch territory – more reasonable are breakfast at The Wolseley or a lobster roll at Burger and Lobster.

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