Tucked away in the heart of busy Mayfair, with a spacious outside terrace and a menu which isn’t eye wateringly-expensive, Hush is somewhat of a rare find. Once inside, leather banquette seating, a marble-topped bar and backlit displays remind you where you are, but the buzzy atmosphere remains warm and unpretentious. Friendly staff are happy to recommend picks from the lengthy menu, which includes adventurous dishes like the hearty confit duck shepherd’s pie, and an impressive cacio e pepe pasta, which is made in a wheel of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese at the table. We’d also suggest making a beeline for the monkfish which successfully combines a fiery topping of grilled chorizo with the gentle, clean flavours of the fish and a helping of earthy white beans. Be sure to save room for the stand-out mars bar cheesecake, which is an intense, velvety dream. When the sun’s shining, make the most of Hush’s cobbled courtyard by enjoying a Peach Spritz and some deep fried, feta-stuffed olives, just be sure to book ahead for an outdoor table. Afternoon tea, a private dining room and a separate upstairs bar complete the picture. Please note that the Gin and Jam afternoon tea is only available to book on Saturdays from 2pm–5.30pm, with the last booking at 3.30pm.
Are there gluten-free options on the menu at Hush Mayfair?
Yes there are gluten-free options on the menu at Hush Mayfair.
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it was the worst meal we have had in the west end for a very long time. Too many things to record as being bad; Unfriendly welcome, dirty and untidy lavatories, food mediocre with high prices. Far beeter establishments nearby.
Fabulous lunch Brilliant service , lovely food , great ambience. only grievance , I just wish people with dogs would leave them on the floor, not pick them up on their knee and allow them to put their heads on the tablecloths when people have to eat ! I just felt this was unacceptable at lunch. We are long standing patrons of Hush . Thankyou .
Cannot fault the setting or the service but the food was incredibly overpriced for what it was. Not only is the main meal £20+ but you also have to pay £6+ for some cheap tasting side dishes. I was really disappointed and expected more from somewhere marketed as luxury. I would definitely not recommend.
The Chancellor has exhorted Britons to be eating out again. What more persuasion did Gourmand Gunno need after four months of absence? Although by no means his favourite restaurant, Hush was a great place to begin the experiment of dining in the COVID-19 era. The venue remains a well-kept secret, tucked away in a discreet mews in Mayfair. It also offers ample sheltered outside seating. Maybe the tables were slightly more spaced than in the past, but not noticeably so. Diners have to provide contact details on arrival and a small bottle of hand sanitiser (ours to take with us after, we were informed) adorned every table. Beyond that, it was business as usual. Hush has been around for over 20 years simply because it has continued to deliver consistently good – even if far from ground-breaking – food. Maybe the food isn’t the main point; it’s the people-watching and relaxed atmosphere (even in the pre-COVID era, diners were allowed to linger for as long as they wished). This week’s visit demonstrated amply that Hush continues to tick most of the right boxes. Starters (sashimi for me, artichoke fritters for my comrade) were not as impressive as mains (we both opted for the grilled tiger prawn curry risotto), but everything worked, washed down by a bottle of refreshing white Lugana from Italy. The risotto has been a staple at Hush for many years – and rightly so. It is a joyful riot of colour and texture; presented beautifully and both comforting yet slightly decadent. If the novelty of eating out again were not so strong, then it would be fair to gripe about the mark-up on the wine (£50 seemed egregious for a bottle which might retail for a fifth of this price), although starters at between £10-15 and mains typically a tenner more do help somewhat to lessen the blow Sit back, relax and eat; comfortable too in the knowledge that you can hand-sanitise away to your heart’s content.
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