British Brasserie Mews of Mayfair
Time Out says
Posted: Fri Dec 12 2014
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.
British Brasserie Mews of Mayfair says
Ideal for both social adventurers and cultural explorers, Mews consists of a British brasserie, serving beautiful modern cuisine in a chic and timeless environment; a stunning top floor dining room with a prime view of the kitchen; a lounge bar; and a courtyard with al fresco tables.
We take great care to select and serve dishes from sustainable sources across the UK. We offer a delicious selection of British specialities including traditional fish and chips, as well as a selection of roasts, steak and burgers. We pride ourselves in giving quintessentially British five-star service without the stuffiness. We are open 351 days a year. We promise top service, friendly waiters, great décor and a relaxing atmosphere.
British Brasserie Mews of Mayfair 10 Lancashire Court