M Victoria Street 1

Zig Zag Building, Victoria Street , London, SW1E 6SQ

020 3327 7776

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SquareMeal Review of M Victoria Street

The second behemoth establishment from Martin Williams (ex-Gaucho) has landed in chain-heavy Victoria Street, incorporating cavernous basement dining rooms, public and private members’ bars and a mezzanine wine shop upstairs. As at the original City operation, dining is divided into two distinct areas: M Raw serves Japanese and Peruvian small plates from an open-kitchen; M Grill is devoted to meat, complete with an amphitheatre-style dining room. Choose either the raw or grilled route before taking your seat. A muted slate colour palette, softened by dusky blues and copper finishes, will please the corporate crowd, as will a standalone bar serving wallet-busting cocktails. The raw-bar menu of sushi and sashimi has been boosted by Wagyu steak tartare, which arrives under a smoke-filled cloche, laced with sweet-sour apple and topped by a glowing orb-like egg yolk. Over at M Grill, punters can opt for beef from one of six countries (Italian is a new addition); our rosy slab of USDA black Angus fillet (£49) sliced like butter. Delve further into the meaty menu and you’ll discover pig’s head served as salty crisp pulled-pork croquettes, slow-cooked cheek and moreish pig’s ear crackling. The dessert list is short yet not especially sweet; dulce mousse with buckwheat, bacon and sweetcorn ice cream is an acquired taste. Oenophiles fare better, thanks to a varied global wine list and the option to try before you buy. M looks set to nail the corporate market, but whether locals too will meet here remains to be seen.

Fever-Tree Championships

It’s one of the most anticipated tennis tournaments of the year, and at this year’s Fever-Tree Championships, you can watch some of the sport’s biggest names. Held at The Queen’s Club between 18 and 24 June, the event also offers some world-class hospitality.

Exclusive hospitality provider, Keith Prowse, has announced three updated offerings. From casual dining concepts, to views over the practice courts and luxury private dining rooms, this is the event for impressing your clients.

Book your exclusive hospitality experience from £299pp now.

M Victoria Street is recommended for

Big And Bold | Buzzy | Cool | Dark And Moody | Fun | Special Occasions Over 40S | Breakfast | Bottomless Brunch | Late Night Dining | Dog Friendly

Special offers

Pre/post theatre: 3 courses £29.50 and half price USA wine

From a set menu.

From: 16 April 2018

To: 16 October 2018

Max: 6

Maximum of 6 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.

Champagne Feast: 4 courses and a bottle of Champagne per person: £54

From a set menu.

From: 13 April 2018

To: 13 October 2018

Max: 10

Maximum of 10 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.

Wagyu experience with a bottle of champagne: £200 per person

From a set menu.

From: 13 April 2018

To: 13 October 2018

Max: 10

Maximum of 10 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

St James Park Station (London) 356m

Victoria Tube Station 369m

Address

Address: Zig Zag Building, Victoria Street , London SW1E 6SQ

Area: Buckingham Gate Victoria Station

Nearby Landmarks

Department for Constitutional Affairs 158m

Cathedral of Westminster (RC) 177m

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Telephone: 020 3327 7776

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Special offers

Pre/post theatre: 3 courses £29.50 and half price USA wine

From: 16 April 2018

To: 16 October 2018

Max: 6

Maximum of 6 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.

Champagne Feast: 4 courses and a bottle of Champagne per person: £54

From: 13 April 2018

To: 13 October 2018

Max: 10

Maximum of 10 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.

Wagyu experience with a bottle of champagne: £200 per person

From: 13 April 2018

To: 13 October 2018

Max: 10

Maximum of 10 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.