This Fenwick restaurant comes from rhubarb – a high-end restaurant and catering group with venues across London and contracts at Goodwood and Ascot. This one does well with ladies-who-lunch, stopping by with bags already full or fuelling for another rake through the rails.
There's a notional nod to the location on the menu, with diners invited to 'fashion' their own meal (geddit?). Dishes range from celeriac velouté with mushrooms and pecorino brioche to steamed sea bream with galangal broth, bok choi and enoki mushrooms, the Bond & Brook tuna niçoise and a classic steak frites. 'Accessories' (sides) include skinny fries and flatbread with houmous.
Afternoon tea proves popular, with a 'luxury' version with Champagne alongside a more traditional offer.
|Venue name:||Bond & Brook||Contact:|
63 New Bond Street
|Cross street:||Fenwick Bond Street|
|Opening hours:||Open 10am-6.30pm Mon-Wed, Fri, Sat; 10am-8pm Thur. Tea served 3-6.30pm Mon-Wed, Fri, Sat; 3-8pm Thur|
|Transport:||Tube: Bond Street tube|
|Price:||Main courses £10.50-£18.50. Set tea £17.50|
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A great place for afternoon tea with the girls in this stylish and ohh sooo fashionable restaurant. Hidden in Fenwicks department store it is one of London's best kept secrets. The afternoon tea comes on three tiers and is a mixture of traditional finger sandwiches such as salmon and cream cheese and ham and pickle plus buttermilk scones with some dainty cakes to finish things off with. Yum x 2
Fabulous restaurant at the top of Fenwicks. Surprisingly good food considering it's in a department store. Nice choice of light bites and nibbles that is perfect for a girls day out. Loved the huge collection of vintage Vogue magazines.
I have recently seen a review that branded this place as very girly and stylish and I couldn't agree more! I have just recently discovered Fenwick and went there for a quick browse (so sophisticated it is almost intimidating, but it is in a class of its own) and to complete my leisurely afternoon I went to Bond and Brook for the afternoon tea. The staff is really nice and knowledgeable, it seems to be one of these rare places whose employees actually DO enjoy working there and their "welcome, how are you today" is really genuine. The tea was just lovely, full of flavour, expertly prepared and the serving set! I wanted it immediately. The food was nice and fresh and I really enjoyed it: I may have eaten better scones in my life but these weren't lacking anything either. I am willing to overlook their lack of wow factor for the restaurant's atmosphere though! Overall: a really lovely place that I will certainly be recommending to my friends.