Tag: Mayfair


Restaurant Review: Hush, Mayfair

As recently as five or six ago, Mayfair was once London’s least accessible area, exclusively reserved for those either “in the know”, or with a spinal stenosis surgeon on speed dial, to compensate for lifting heavy wallets or Dover Street Market shopping bags. Nowadays, this part of the city has ...


Restaurant Review – Jamavar London

Over the past eighteen months, I’ve visited Mayfair’s 8 Mount Street on three different occasions – eating at a different restaurant each time. In June 2015, Le Chabanais opened on the site (named after a French brothel) and closed soon after. A few months later, the restaurant re-opened with a ...


Dom Pérignon Presents Multi-Sensory Experience ‘Transformation’

Taking place for a limited time only, Dom Pérignon will host a fifteen-minute experience in the Lanes of Mayfair this week. Encapsulating the unique history and alchemy behind the creation of Dom Pérignon Champagne, the installation entitled ‘Transformation’ will take guests on a multi-sensory journey through the exploration of sight, ...


Review: Novikov Italian Masterclass

Like many of the glitzy restaurants that line Berkeley Street and the surrounding areas, it should go without saying that the food at Novikov is generally outlandishly expensive. Split into two main restaurant areas, an upstairs Pan-Asian space and a downstairs kitchen that focuses on mainly Italian food, it would ...


Restaurant Review – Black Roe Poke Bar and Grill

Before you get excited, Poke (pronounced “poe-kay”) and the multiple Poke Bars that have sprung up in London of late have absolutely nothing to do with Pokémon Go. Instead of serving slivers of pan-fried Pikachu or mock Squirtle soup, places like Mayfair’s Black Roe Poke Bar and Grill specialise in ...


Restaurant Review – Novikov Asian

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food As is the case with most of its neighbouring powerhouses, Novikov – the eponymous London flagship of Russian restaurateur Arkady Novikov – is very much a place to be seen. A social media friendly temple of excess, frequented by women that dress and often ...