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This swanky Mayfair restaurant and bar remains a draw more than 15 years after opening its doors out onto Lancashire Court - a prime bit of Mayfair turf that doubles as the venue’s particularly lovely courtyard dining area. Nabbing a table on those cobbles come summertime is certainly no picnic. 

There’s a global feel to the food menu here. Dishes range from salmon sashimi salad and tuna tartare with ponzu and avocado to white truffle tortelloni, whole roasted sea bass with lemon thyme butter, and chicken paillard with red pepper relish. Desserts include mars bar cheesecakes served with praline ice cream, and a white chocolate and Earl Grey crème brûlée.

Drinks enjoy equal billing thanks to a first floor cocktail lounge overseen by bar director, Pedro Solorzano. Expect classic mixes alongside a Hush gin martini (Hush boutique gin, orange Curacao, La Fe absinthe and lillet blanc) and the Hush Champagne cocktail, made with Russian Standard vodka, violet liqueur and Taittinger Brut.

Keep an eye out for fancy afternoon teas, too - served in the very classy Silver Room or out on those cobbles.

Venue name: Hush
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Address: 8 Lancashire Court
London
W1S 1EY
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I have been going to Hush for years and over that time it has evolved. It's my go to place in Mayfair if I'm meeting a friend, mid week. In the summer it's great because you can eat on the terrace and there's a great atmosphere. It's a place that is more style over substance, the food is good but not great and it is over priced for what it is. Downstairs is more brasserie style, upstairs is fine dining. There is a great bar which gets quite busy in the evenings but great to pop into after a busy weekend shopping day on bond St.

Positives: atmosphere, Al fresco dining, wide menu

Could improve: sometimes lacks consistency on the food

Great for: drinks after work, drinks after shopping, meeting up with friends for dinner or an impromptu date night.