Maze Grill

Restaurants, Contemporary Asian Mayfair
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This steak-centred outlet of the Gordon Ramsay empire sells some fine food. A starter of tender salt and sichuan-pepper squid: very good. Aberdeen Angus ribeye steak: excellent. Slow-cooked pork belly with roast sweet potatoes and chilli-blazing pickled cabbage: outstanding. Great ingredients beautifully cooked. But there were numerous negatives too on our recent visit. One is the expense if you eat steak. A 10oz ribeye costs £32 and comes with not a single extra; it sat in solitary splendour on its wooden plank. Another is the wine list, which offers almost nothing under £30 a bottle. Another is the service, which was almost heroically inattentive at times. We waited five minutes just to be offered a glass of water or a menu, even though waiting staff passed by several times. The large, sparely decorated room with hardwood seating is attractive enough, but it doesn’t quite manage to feel comfortable or cosy – especially with thumping background music. Talk of arbitrage at the neighbouring table made us feel that this is a place for Mayfair Maserati-drivers. For the rest of us, however good some of the food may be, Maze Grill is just not special enough to merit the expense.


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When you’re looking for some irresistible steak or sushi in London, then visit maze Grill Mayfair.
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Venue name: Maze Grill
Address: 10-13 Grosvenor Square
Opening hours: Breakfast served 6.45am-10.30am, meals served noon-11pm daily
Transport: Tube: Bond Street tube
Price: Main courses £13.50-£28. Set lunch (noon-4pm) £21 2 courses, £24 3 courses
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The best part of my dining experience here was the service. My friend and I were greeted with smiles and they offered to store our coats in the cloakroom when we arrived. We were seated promptly and were offered drinks immediately. Both of us opted to share a carafe of their light, dry, easy on the palate house white wine. It was very good that we ordered another one with our meal. 

Food wise - it was average. We opted for 2 courses each. I had a bowl of their rich tomato soup while my friend had popcorn chicken with gochujang as appetizers. Both were just okay. We then were served our main course not long after finishing our appetizers. I had a yummy chicken burger while my friend had a plate of pasta. We shared a side dish of grilled buttered cabbage. I must say that this was very delicious and was the best part of the food. 

We were here on a 'One's on Us' deal - 2 courses for £20 and it was not mentioned anywhere on the deal that there would be cover charge added. There was already 12.5% service charge and the cover charge was on top. Hence we asked what the cover charge was for - we were then told that it was for the napkin and the (1 slice per person) bread. Cheeky!


Service is an A1 right from entry to exit. Genuine customer service can often be hard to come by these days but at Maze Mayfair I was seriously impressed. Upon arrival, we enjoyed a few cocktails at the beautiful bar situated on the other side of the main restaurant. I enjoyed the Raindrops and Mexican Blossom as my drinks for the night. My favourite being the Mexican Blossom as it oozed with a sweet citrus flavour. When it came to food choices I was honestly torn as the entire menu looked amazing. For starters, I managed to bring myself to order just one and went for the 'Buffalo Chicken Fillets'. If you're a fan of buffalo wings then this is for you, I found the taste slightly overpowering but did enjoy the tenderness of the chicken. For mains, I couldn't decide between Lamb Chops or Steak, my decision was made when my preferred choice of steak was not available to order. For sides, I opted for Mac & Cheese, Buttermilk mash potatoes – these were so delicious.


For a restaurant that prides itself on its fusion dishes, I was disappointed honestly. None of the dishes were particularly memorable, except the sushi, and even that was slightly above average. It's good but not great enough to be somewhere I'd return to.

I had one of the best Rib Eye Steaks ever! My parents were also very delighted about the stunning cuisine! The meats quality is worth the price. The menu is very creative with starters. A perfect dinner!

Not amazing. For what it is very expensive. I've beem to AWT grill restaurant in Windsor and the quality of the food was far better. My husband had a sirloin steak as did another member of our party. The quality of my husband's steak was awful. He didn't eat it. When we complained the waiter implied that we didn't know what we were talking about. The service is very average and the food okay. Expected so much better. Best bit was the cookie!

Special Offers

Sunday Roast with unlimited sides for £27

Enjoy 35 day Dry-aged sirloin of rare breed beef with all the trimmings and unlimited sides from a set menu. Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 8 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service. Valid For: 1 - 8 People Sun 12:00PM-6:00PM

Offer valid until Mar 29 2018

Sushi Saturday with bottomless sushi & Prosecco £40

Enjoy the Sushi Saturday set menu featuring bottomless bubbles and sushi. Please note that each seating is for one and a half hours. Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 6 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service. Valid For: 1 - 6 People Sat 12:00PM-4:00PM

Offer valid until Mar 29 2018