May Fair Kitchen
Time Out says
A Mayfair restaurant and bar with Mediterranean dishes focusing mostly on Spain and Italy.
May Fair Kitchen embraces the art of shared dining in the heart of London’s luxury quarter, Mayfair. Showcasing the best of contemporary Spanish and Italian small plates, complemented with the finest wines and signature cocktails, a variety of memorable dining experiences await at Our Flagship Kitchen, sister restaurants to Monmouth Kitchen, Leicester Square Kitchen, Bloomsbury Street Kitchen and our Manchester kitchen - Peter Street Kitchen.
Our Cocktail Making Masterclass & Dinner is one of the top things to do in London on a Saturday. Take a lesson from the professionals in the art of creating deliciously crafted cocktails while enjoying a selection of canapés. Afterwards, enjoy a well-deserved dinner of contemporary Spanish and Italian cuisine in our relaxed dining areas.
May Fair Kitchen also serves Our Traditional Charbonnel Et Walker Afternnon Tea, which introduces a chocolate twist. Our Afternoon Tea is a winner of an 'Award of Excellence' from the Afternoon Tea Awards.
The May Fair, A Radisson Collection Hotel
The MayFair Hotel
70 Stratton Street
|Opening hours:||Lunch served Mon-Fri noon-2.30pm & Sat-Sun 12.30-3pm; Afternoon tea served Mon-Fri 2pm-4.30pm Sat-Sun 1pm-4.30pm; Dinner served Sun-Thu 6-10.30pm & Fri-Sat 6-11pm|
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As part of a relaxing spa treat, I enjoyed a set menu lunch at the May Fair Kitchen afterwards. The restaurant is well laid out and feels airy and fresh decorated with contemporary fittings.
I started with an aubergine and goats cheese salad followed by chicken sliders and finished with a melting chocolate cake. My companion also had a similar menu and we shared all the dishes.
The salads were incredibly tasty and we would've enjoyed them as a main dish. The spicy chicken sliders were okay but the spice flavour wasn't overwhelming and I would've expected a chicken breast rather than the broken down chicken which was formed into burger shapes. The dessert was a delight though and a lovely way to finish up the lunch.
Servers were very attentive, friendly and warm with great recommendations and keen to assist where possible. We really enjoyed our time there and wouldn't hesitate to return.
I never find it easy to walk past Langans to find another restaurant , but in the case of The May Fair Kitchen, I really can't complain. This bright airy dining room had a real buzz about it. OK, so it was London Fashion Week and the place was crawling with well dressed boys and girls who looked straight from the pages of Vogue.
I dined with friends on one of the high tables ( you can choose from high or traditional low level tables ) I found our choice helped keep the mood casual. The wait staff were attentive. We did not put the wine list to the test, and choose a mix of dishes from the Daily and A La Carte menus.
Food was served to us on small plates to share - and it was exceptional. I had a spicy cauliflower soup whilst sharing lamb, prawns and sea bass with my friends. Every mouthful was delicious.
As you would expect in this area , its not cheap, but it is good value. I am pleased to have found another great lunch spot in the Green Park area. I am certainly going to get back to try it for dinner.