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Although the London areas of Mayfair and Oxford Street border each other, they differ in so many ways. Mayfair has long been associated with luxury and refinement whilst Oxford Street is one of London’s top tourist destinations as well as a shopper’s paradise for those who prefer high street shops. The same can be said for each area’s restaurant scene. Mayfair boasts a much more exclusive set of dining rooms, playing home to some of the capital’s finest restaurants and to some of the country’s most revered chefs whilst Oxford Street and its surrounding area offers many more well -known restaurant brands along with less expensive places to dine. What both areas do have in common as far as eating out is concerned though is the huge choice that is on offer, with restaurants on almost every street.
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Chesterfield Mayfair, 35 Charles Street, London W1J 5EB
Slightly tucked away, but worth discovering, The Terrace Bar at The Chesterfield Hotel in Mayfair is all decked out in tartans and leather. The place is...
Flemings Mayfair, 7-12 Half Moon Street, London W1J 7BH
Tucked in the atmospheric alleyways and sudden open spaces of Shepherd Market in Mayfair, Flemings is an ideal spot for that most English of traditions,...
Lansdowne House, 59 Berkley Square, London W1J 6ER
From the same stable as Tiger Tiger, Jewel, Strawberry Moons and Grace, Fifty9 is squarely aimed at a young, free-spending, mid-market party crowd – drawn...
A grand hotel dining room that befits this elegant Regency-style hotel, Butlers exudes the air of a traditional private club rather than anything brash...
London Hilton, 22 Park Lane, London W1K 1BE
“Nothing quite compares to Galvin at Windows”, declares one reader. With “unsurpassed” 28th-floor views adding something special to proceedings, seasoned...
The Dorchester, 53 Park Lane, London W1K 1QA
Basement dining rooms must work hard to get noticed, and China Tang works harder than most in that department: down in the lower regions of The Dorchester,...
The Ritz Hotel, 150 Piccadilly, London W1J 9BR
At the heart of The Ritz’s unashamedly opulent Edwardiana, The Palm Court hits a crescendo of gilded gold and lemon among polished marble pillars, Grecian...
30 North Audley Street, London W1K 6ZF
Roka’s brand of high-gloss contemporary Japanese food continues to wow the crowds on Charlotte Street and Canary Wharf, and owner Arjun Waney has now...
The Connaught, 16 Carlos Place, London W1K 2AL
Few drinking dens in the capital can match the effortless glamour of The Connaught Bar. Designed by the late great David Collins and inspired by 1920s...
Post-WWII, boutique townhouse hotel Flemings’ cosy, conspiratorial cocktail lounge was a favourite haunt of foreign spies and British spooks based at MI5’s...
The Beaumont, 8 Balderton Street, London W1K 6TF
Elegance and a warm welcome come as standard at Messrs Corbin and King’s hotel grill room, which has powerful echoes of New York’s old-timers with its...
Fortnum & Mason, 181 Piccadilly, London W1A 1ER
Situated on the first floor of Fortnum & Mason’s venerable foodie emporium, The Parlour offers an ice-cream spree and more besides for adults and children...
181 Piccadilly, London W1A 1ER
Surrounded by windows overlooking Jermyn Street and Duke Street on one side and Fortnum's famous Food Hall on the other, The Gallery makes an ideal...
Claridge's, 55 Brook Street, London W1K 4HR
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15 Berkeley Street, London W1J 8DY
Wondrously exotic lounges such as The Blue Bar and Artesian are the late David Collins’ legacy to London's cocktail scene, but at his creative peak, the...