Corrigan's Mayfair

British, Irish·
Silver Award

SquareMeal Review of Corrigan's Mayfair

Silver Award

Corrigan’s has become such a Mayfair institution that it flies a little under the radar these days. The London restaurant rollercoaster gets more breakneck every year, launching ambitious young restaurants from their seats as it hurtles down the dips and around the bends. Corrigan’s, meanwhile, is unbudging, and perhaps a little underappreciated as a result, compared to the capital’s hot new openings.

It’s hard to imagine the effervescent Corrigan seated in the restaurant that bears his name – at first glance, the blue-toned dining room and polished expanses seem too staid and elegant to contain him. The western reaches of Mayfair are prime business lunch territory, though, and Corrigan’s clearly does a good trade on this front.

The Irish chef’s robust, comforting cookery is well and truly on display here, with a menu of absolute crackers. A lobster ravioli hits both ends of the spectrum - delicate lobster inside tender pasta, then a wallop of sumptuous lobster bisque and a crack of vadouvan spice. A pigeon - perfect blushing rose in the middle - is matched with a date puree, a touch of garam masala and a glorious, glossy game sauce. Corrigan’s pommes anna are a wonderful example of how the restaurant elevates age-old flavours; these stunning, crispy little monoliths to the potato gods are dusted in cider vinegar powder, but ultimately they just taste like the perfect chip.

The Paris-brest has all the potential in the world to be an overly dense end to the meal, but it’s light as a feather and rich with pistachio cream. It’s all exemplary, but this cooking doesn’t come cheap - that lobster ravioli is a whopping £27. The pigeon? £42. Still, there probably aren’t many better places around here to spend your money, and you get some tasty snacks and petit fours thrown into the bargain. The friendly service lives up to the billing too with smart wine pairings that delve into Corrigan’s extensive cellars.

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British, Irish
Fine dining, Glamorous, Lively, Luxury, Quiet conversation, Romantic, Traditional
SquareMeal London Top 100
Food Occasions
Dinner, Lunch
Special Features
Chef’s table, Counter dining, Gluten-free options, Live music or dancing, Vegan options, Vegetarian options, Wheelchair access
Perfect for
Birthdays, Celebrations, Dates, Group dining [8+], Romantic, Special occasions
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Richard Corrigan is synonymous with friendly service and comforting, modern British cooking in the capital. Corrigan's Mayfair is his eponymous restaurant in glitzy Mayfair, alongside Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill in Piccadilly and Daffodil Mulligan in Old Street. 

Whilst Bentley's is famous for the thousands of oysters shucked and served on its premises every day, Corrigan's has a reputation as one of the finest game restaurants in the capital. Broadly speaking, Corrigan's is a celebration of seasonal British and Irish produce, but the restaurant is particularly proud to showcase game from across the British Isles, 'coastal and wild, furred and feathered,' as they say. The Glorious Twelfth (the name given to the start of the grouse hunting season) is an auspicious date in the Corrigan's calendar for that very reason, and the restaurant remains busy throughout the hunting season and beyond. 

Bookended by snacks and petit fours, the menu is packed with dishes that showcase classic French techniques and modern British flavour combinations with interesting twists. A salad of lobster is livened with taramasalata and yuzu, and a foie gras bavarois comes with gingerbread and pear. Mains include the likes of Hampshire fallow deer with cocoa, fig and crapaudine beetroot, and wild Shetland halibut with chervil root, autumn truffle and cavolo nero. If you still have room for dessert, try the apple tarte fine with hazelnut and vanilla ice cream, or a signature Corrigan's Paris-brest.

Corrigan's sommelier team hand-picks wine recommendations every season, but if you want to delve into the wine list you'll find an extensive collection by the glass and bottle from all over the world. Guests can also head to Dickie's Bar by the restaurant entrance for a cocktail whilst they wait for their table.

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Are there gluten-free options on the menu?

Yes, there are gluten-free options on the menu at the restaurant.

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28 Upper Grosvenor Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 7EH

020 7499 9943 020 7499 9943


Opening Times

Mon Closed
Tue 12:00-14:00
Wed 12:00-14:00
Thu 12:00-14:00
Fri 12:00-14:00
Sat 12:00-14:00
Sun Closed
Pre Theatre Dinner
Mon Closed
Tue 17:00-18:00
Wed 17:00-18:00
Thu 17:00-18:00
Fri 17:00-18:00
Sat 17:00-18:00
Sun Closed
Mon 17:00-22:00
Tue 18:00-21:30
Wed 18:00-21:30
Thu 18:00-21:30
Fri 18:00-21:30
Sat 18:00-21:30
Sun Closed


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58 Reviews 

stephen W

02 June 2024  
Food & Drink 4
Service 5
Atmosphere 3.5
Value 4
An oasis in Mayfair.

Excellent but not quite sublime. The two of us had lunch on a Friday. Mayfair was quiet. And so was Corrigans.

We chose the lunch menu—excellent value at £38 for three courses. Some of it was sensational- the gougères offered as an amuse bouche were the best I have ever had, and I have many hundreds. Pop them into your mouth whole. Don't eat half—Marvel at the flavour explosion. Richard Corrigan is Irish and his soda bread is everything soda bread should be and so often isn't. The last of the sensational trio was the steamed Marmelade sponge pudding with vanilla sauce. Fabulous light texture combining the sweetness and bitterness of oranges. 

Main courses were lamb for a £28 supplement tournedos of Hereford beef with oxtail cheek ravioli and beef tongue.  Very good but not outstanding.   Wines were the same and ambitiously priced.  The sauterne made up for it,

Service was immaculate.  Would I go again? Certainly. And I would have a drink in the adjoining Dickie's Bar- a great place to drop into at any time.


Csaba H

07 April 2024   - Verified Diner
Food & Drink 5
Service 5
Atmosphere 5
Value 5

Nicola T

20 December 2023   - Verified Diner
Food & Drink 3
Service 5
Atmosphere 4
Value 3.5

Fantastic front of house service, excellent sommelier which good recommendations. Nice ambiance, mix of business, couples, families and friends. Very relaxed. Good portion sizes. Would be nice if bread was complementary. Food portions - generous protein elements. Our dishes benefited from additional sides. Would dine here again.


24 November 2022  
Food & Drink 4.5
Service 4.5
Atmosphere 4.5
Value 4.5

Thomas V

04 May 2022   - Verified Diner
Food & Drink 4.5
Service 4.5
Atmosphere 4
Value 4

This restaurant is very very good and ideal location for business meals in Mayfair

Will book again 


26 July 2019  
Great food and atmosphere.

Barry B

28 June 2019  
Wonderful dining experience in the library to celebrate leaving work. Great service and menu, with the pleasure of interacting with the chef, plus Richard Corrigan making a colourful entrance. Could not tell the difference between the gluten free food and that for those without allergies.

Andy R

29 March 2019  
Sophisticated, excellent service and lovely food. Nice bar if waiting.

rachel S

15 June 2017  
The Sunday Lunch was superb and great value. Even the Yorkshire's were good!


04 May 2017  
Great place. Good food.
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