Maze

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  • Address:

    Maze 10-13 Grosvenor Square
    London
    W1K 6JP

  • Venue phone:

    020 7107 0000

  • Venue website:

    www.gordonramsay.com/maze

  • Opening hours:

    Lunch served noon-2.30pm, dinner served 6-11pm daily

  • Transport:

    Tube: Bond Street

  • Price:

    Main courses £10-£18. Set meal (lunch daily; 6-7pm, 10-11pm Mon-Thur, Sun) £25 4 courses, £75 tasting menu (£125-£165 incl drinks). Sushi £8-£27. Set sushi lunch £30 5 courses; £70 3 courses

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Natalie

I arranged a Christmas lunch for my firm at Maze and I literally could not recommend it more - from start to finish it was an amazing experience! We dined in the beautiful Somerton Room (one of their private dinning rooms) Correspondence from their Groups & Events Manager Matt Zinsner from my initial enquiry to the day before was a sheer joy - prompt and helpful replies, nothing was too much trouble. On the day itself we were looked after by the Assistant Manager Simon Smith - all of my staff have commented on Simon's fantastic attitude, very friendly with impeccable attention to detail - we had one lady with very specific dietary requirements which have caused problems at other venues but at Maze and with Simon running the show not only was she catered for but she also received star treatment! The food was simply beautiful (and as an added touch Simon and his team ran you through each course of what exactly you were eating). As pure works of art on the plate it was almost a shame to spoil them, but they were so incredibly yummy that I had to stop myself licking the plate. I won’t spoil the 'wow effect' for others - but let's just say lemons have never been so entertaining and Heston Shmeston you can eat your heart out as I'm a true Gordon Ramsay/Maze fan! It's a true joy to come into work and not hear one complaint and to just hear raving reviews and the phrase that I never thought I'd hear 'can we please go back next year'. In short: superb food, amazing staff, great GREAT venue!

R Moon

I've been here a few times and I think it's great. The food does aMAZE (sorry for the pun!!) The visits have been for special occasions and we've had the taster menu each time, I have never left Maze hungry, unhappy or disappointed. The staff are friendly and down to earth even for a Northern lass like me it has a great buzz. Its worth while and truly a treat

cyuLondon

A couple of weeks back, my aunt and I went here on a TimeOut deal that meant we got the Early Supper Tasting menu with a Bellini cocktail at a really nice price! I expected to walk out of there hungry given the wording of the menu, but actually, I was very full! And my aunt couldn't quite finish her last dish (the pork belly) so I ended up with it :-) The restaurant was very atmospheric and busy on a Tuesday evening. Service was impeccable. Even tho' we were on a 'deal', we weren't treated any differently than other customers (that I could see). The wine menu comes to you on an iPad - very nice touch altho' I didn't take advantage of it. The selection of wines did seem pretty decent and, while not cheap, you could still get something reasonably priced by the glass. Neither of us were desserts people so we stuck to the savoury selections on the tasting menu: Jasmine and miso cured salmon, beetroot, compressed apple, horseradish cream - Pressed chicken and foie gras, pear and saffron chutney, green tea caramel - Roasted poussin breast, confit leg, ratte potato salad, spring onion, pancetta, poussin vinaigrette - Braised pollock, razor clams, chilli, lime, coriander and purple sprouting broccoli - Szechuan-spiced Suffolk pork belly, braised discovery apple, kale and onion confit - Braised featherblade of beef, pomme purée, shimiji mushroom, togarasghi spice (I see they've changed this now to beef cheeks?) It was all so good! My favourite has got to be the pork belly. But that is my dish of choice on most menus! I would recommend Maze based on the tasting menu. However, I would like to go back some other time and try the normal a la carte.

Janet & Karen

My friend and I dined at the Maze Grill on the 26th.Feb.8pm We both asked for steaks with chips & salad and a peppercorn sauce. Meals arrived with what was clearly not the creamy peppercorn sauce one is used to. It was Bisto at its best , not a sign of any peppercorns !We complained and asked instead for a Dianne sauce which arrived very shortly after looking exactly like the Bisto but with a few herbs thrown in ! I was hungry & ate my steak, the chips were dry , & would have appreciated some sauce. My friend left her entire meal, maybe a couple of bites of steak. The waiter tried to calm the waters with the offer of a free pudding but it was too late for any concilitary talk, we were presented with a reduced bill, we paid £78 instead of £100 and were back in our hotel by 9.15pm. We have tried to contact Gordon Ramsay or one of his reps. but have been unable to do so to date. So much for his article last September encouraging folk to complain more, he should look to his own websites firstly as there is no way of contacting him to complain of his chefs.