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Bars and pubs Mayfair
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Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars

‘Established 1675’ says the sign outside and, tucked down a sought-after Mayfair mews, this venerable establishment is truly a thoroughbred in the Young’s stable. A gilt-framed portrait of the now octogenarian royal couple in a pre-nuptial portrait pose sets the tone amid the pub’s varnished wood and tartan.

Prime Aberdeenshire Scotch beef is the speciality of the Guinea Grill, while the handmade pork pies (£2.75) should satisfy smaller appetites. As well as standard Young’s ales on the centrepiece bar counter, Bombardier, Courage Director’s, Peroni and Pilsner Urquell are also available on draught, plus Bitburger by the bottle – although from May, Pimm’s (£4.05; £20.60 by the jug) might be more appropriate. A somewhat limited choice of wine stretches to a Chablis St-Claire, pleasingly sold by the glass.



Address: 30 Bruton Place
Transport: Tube: Bond Street or Oxford Circus tube
Opening hours: Open 11.30am-11.30pm Mon-Fri; 6-11.30pm Sun. Food served Bar 12.30-2.30pm Mon-Fri. Restaurant 12.30-3pm, 6-10.30pm Mon-Fri; 6-10.30pm Sat
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Good pie... but its not really a pie is it? Its a topper... why do people say its a pie when it's clearly not?! Pedantics aside... the dish I ordered (stew with a puff pastry top) was pretty fantastic. One of my dining companions had to send food back as it was cold, which they were quick to apologise for a rectify. Good wine selection as well. 

It's nice to see this place still going strong amongst the stifle that is Mayfair-- long may it reign! 

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