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.
As the original Maze Grill, the restaurant takes inspiration from the iconic Manhattan grill rooms to deliver rare-breed steaks, fish and poultry. But that’s not all, we have developed a reputation for our legendary sushi and sashimi too, so pick your favourite from the menu, or indulge in a full platter. Whether you’re dining with loved ones, friends, family, or business colleagues, Maze Grill Mayfair is the perfect location for all-day dining, all week.
The very best rare-breed steak, fish and poultry from the Josper grill can be found on the Maze Grill menu alongside a selection of sushi and sashimi from the dedicated sushi bar.
|Venue name:||Maze Grill||Contact:|
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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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!
Restaurant Week: 2/3 courses £23/£27
From a set menu.Offer valid until May 28 2017