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Overview

At the Guinea, we specialize in serving you aged, grass fed Scotch beef from Aberdeenshire. We are founder members of the Scotch beef Club whose president, Princess Anne is a passionate supporter. The Guinea also enjoys a huge following for steak pies. We have been National Steak pie champions no less than 3 times. We don’t ignore fish and seafood lover’s either and offer you a quality selection. The Guinea is unique in that the restaurant and private dining room is housed with the walls of one of London’s oldest pubs established in 1423. This means that not only do we offer you a fine selection of wines, particularly Claret and Burgundy, we also serve Young’s award winning ales. Respected restaurant guides like Hardens, Zagat and the Good Food guide nearly always remark on our warm and friendly service.

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30 Bruton Place, Mayfair, London, W1J 6NL

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The Guinea

Address
30 Bruton Place
Mayfair
London
W1J 6NL
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7409 1728
Public transport:
Bond Street, Underground

Yelp

3 out of 5 based on 19 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Guinea

1.0 out of 5 1 May 2014
by Matt T.

I really hope my concierge got a huge payoff from these guys, because I am certain he has never eaten there...had he, he wouldn't recommend this place to anyone and neither will I. I am not a typical London tourist, I lived there for a while and have been there many times and eaten in many great places. Do not go to Guinea unless you want bad service, bad steak, Waitrose-bought Yorkshire...more

4.0 out of 5 29 January 2014
by William M.

Ate dinner here last night with two guests, had not been for a year or so.

Front is a pub, which is quite pleasant, we had a pint of Bombardier to start, beer choice is somewhat limited as it is a tied house.

We were taken to our table in the back, and sat into a comfy corner. We all ordered steaks, RC had a fillet, CB had a Sirloin on the bone, which looked lovely. I had the rib eye on the...more

1.0 out of 5 29 December 2013
by Adrian Robert H.

20%

About average steak and poor service

***

Came here for lunch Dec '13 with a small group.

This might be the first time I've tried a British steakhouse, so Im unfamiliar if this establishment represents the norm. Nonetheless, I can say with certainty that it's not a place that I can recommend. While the food isn't terrible, I think the combination of that and the offensively poor service...more

3.0 out of 5 15 April 2013
by Michael M.

18th century pub restaurant. Two doors to enter, one leads to the bar with bankers spilling out to the street. One opened rather charmingly by a friendly doorman who checks your reservation and ushers into the rather cramped traditional room. Before this you walk passed the grill where you are shown the meat choices. Not for the faint hearted, there are few small cuts.

Indeed, the room that...more

2.0 out of 5 5 April 2013
by Darien R.

Visiting London for a week and our hotel recommended this place.

Had great hopes when we entered the restaurant and were greeted and seated--super nice reception. The food fell way short for us.

Here's what we ordered:

RIB-EYE STEAK: One of the worst steaks I've had. It was falling apart with weird texture. I ate a few bites and left it.

POTATO GNOCCHI: My daughter didn't like it at...more