Audley

Bars and pubs Mayfair
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The local family history outlined on the exterior of this beautifully renovated public house

dates from 1127, and it’s fair to say that any one of the landed Audley gentry down the centuries would have been proud of the appearance of this ornate Victorian establishment.

Personable, black-shirted girls of Mediterranean origin run the long main bar, lined with an impressive array of handpumps: Deuchars IPA, Wells Bombardier, Young’s Gold, St Austell Tribute, Fuller’s London Pride and Greene King Suffolk Swift might be among the ale choices.

The expansive, carved-wood and gilt interior is filled mostly by regulars, with this portion of Mayfair sitting a little off the tourist trail; perhaps inspired by the succulent meaty smells, many choose to line their stomachs with solid pub grub (steaks, burgers and the like).

Venue name: Audley
Contact:
Address: 41-43 Mount Street
London
W1K 2RX
Opening hours: Open 11am-11pm Mon-Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun. Food served 11am-10pm Mon-Sat; noon-9pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Bond Street or Green Park tube
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Lizzie W
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A reasonably priced chain pub with a good vibe.  They have a good selection of beer on tap - plenty of ales including some local London beers. The house red was truly terrible but hey. The food menu is your standard pub grub with plenty of pictures showing vegetables boiled to death and pale chips however I didn't try anything so don't know the quality, quantity etc.