A traditional pub with an elegant first floor dining room, The Portman is set back from the bustle of Oxford Street in the chic London enclave of Portman Village. The dining room's plush velvet chairs and crisp white linen provide a sophisticated setting for the classic British menu, prepared using free range, organic and RSPCA approved ingredients. Expert mixologists are on hand to create a range of exciting cocktails, with an extensive international wine list, real ales, and premium lagers also on offer. A cosy choice for easy dining, the Portman's pub area offers an all-day menu of sleek versions of pub classics.
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Venue Details & Map
51 Upper Berkeley StreetMayfairLondonW1H 7QW
- Public transport:
- Marble Arch, Underground
We had a fairly impromptu work christmas meal here last week (impromtu for 25 people is hard to find around December time) so big props to the portman for housing us at short notice! We ate upstairs in the smartish restaurant and followed with drinks downstairs. Food was excellent, I had the turkey (you'll see a running theme in my reviews this month, I love the stuff) and it was very good....more
Truth be told: I was looking for hash browns on Yelp, and the Portman popped up on my list. I got their and they didn't really have hash browns, but I love eggs Benedict so I was just as happy.
Nice sunny day in London, hard to get, so you must enjoy the sun! Sit outside, and don't worry the waiter comes and serves you there too.
You can order breakfast, brunch or lunch and they have...more
I recently returned to The Portman for dinner with my boyfriend, to re-live a date we had 2 years ago. Originally we found the venue when we were staying in the neighborhood and simply stumbled upon it. We stopped in for dinner on a cold Wednesday evening and had a delightful experience - cozy space, delicious dinner, and a warm ambiance. The Portman is a beautiful little pub situated at...more
We've walked by The Portman many times living in the neighbourhood. My husband and I wanted something easy and casual for dinner so we decided to finally give it a try.
Food: We ordered the soup of the day which was a tomato soup, the salmon fillet and the chicken and bacon sandwich. Everything was delicious. The chicken and bacon sandwich was simple and very flavourful. They have an...more
The Portman was the first place (besides the hotel) I checked out once I arrived in London.
It was pretty early (around 11am) and I was hungry. Luckily they had a breakfast/brunch menu.
I ordered the French toast with two boiled eggs on "soldiers", and bacon. What I got was French toast with two boiled eggs on "soldiers". Did you catch that???
I am often wary when waiters/waitresses...more