British Brasserie Mews of Mayfair

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The Brasserie at Mews of Mayfair features British produce and British cooking extensively: there is even a map of the British Isles on the menu showing where their raw materials come from, such as beef from Devon and Yorkshire, and halloumi cheese from Sussex. The food is fairly simple modern fare and includes five cuts of steak cooked on the Josper Grill. On Sundays there is a ‘Roast and Toast’ menu, two courses for £20 or three for £25. There are two bars, the Cocktail Bar on the ground floor (which also serves light meals and afternoon tea) and the Lounge Bar (with DJ’s decks) in the basement. There are three private rooms: the top-floor Dining Room with its own Chef’s Menu, the Art Gallery, and La Cave, which doubles as a wine retailer.

Venue name: British Brasserie Mews of Mayfair
Contact:
Address: 10 Lancashire Court
London
W1S 1EY
Opening hours: Mon-Fri noon–3.30pm; 6– 11pm, Sat noon-11pm; Sun noon–5pm.
Price: £41 and over

Average User Rating

3.3 / 5

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Christie A

With so many restaurants in London it's a good sign when you've been to one at least 5 times. That is the case with the Mews for me. Love the atmosphere and as you can sit inside or out, it also feels like two very different places. The menus is outstanding and so varied. You can add lobster to pretty much anything including the burger and the mac and cheese. The lane-way has a very Euro vibe with the candles and lights so sitting out here enjoying your meal and a drink is the perfect night. 

aerweise
Tastemaker

The atmosphere of the downstairs bar is nice, it feels modern, stylish, but not over the top so that it is still relaxed.

The brasserie upstairs is a bit more rustic, but beautifully done. The warm light and the wooden tables give it a cosy atmosphere.

We had a Time Out voucher, for 3 course set menu, with a glass of champagne.

The champagne we had was Pommery and had a good drinking temperature. The staff in the bar and the brasserie were remarkably friendly and courteous however, service was a bit slow unfortunately, which I think was mainly down to the kitchen. It took quite a while for each of our courses to arrive.

The presentation of the food was great, however the flavours we’re a bit disappointing.

My starter, smoked duck with burnt chicory, hazelnuts and cherries was okay, but not a revelation. The main course was pea and shall ravioli with crushed peas and basil, which was only lukewarm and the ravioli seemed slightly undercooked. Finally the dessert was for me the biggest disappointment: iced fruits of the forest with hot white chocolate. This appeared to be simply frozen mixed berries with a sprinkle of white chocolate. The chocolate was cold and rock solid and the berry mix way to sour to have a please taste.

Given the nice atmosphere and the friendly staff, I would probably give Mews of Mayfair another chance, and order from their a la card menu, which sounds quite nice.

Charly Lester
Staff Writer

Great food, great atmosphere.  Perfect for a girly lunch, a date, or dinner with the boys.  Down to earth staff, affordable food, and a really great venue.