Informal yet sophisticated, Reform is a restaurant and bar that is frequented by hotel guests, shoppers and those living in the neighbourhood. A hit with those who dine in its beautiful bar area, the owners have taken inspiration from classic gentleman’s clubs that used to be a hit in Britain.
|Average main course:||£16.00 (USD20.14) per diner|
|Average food spend:||£28.00 (USD35.25) per diner|
Food and DrinkValid from 1 January 2016 to 31 December 2016
£26.50 per person, including a Bellini. VAT is charged at current rate. A discretionary service charge of 12.5% will be added to your bill.
Venue Details & Map
Reform Social & Grill Restaurant
The Mandeville Hotel
Mandeville PlaceLondonW1U 2BE
- +44 (0)20 7935 5599
I feeeeel like this place should be rated higher than 3* however my friend and I went there solely to try their Yorkshire pudding menus (3 savoury and 3 sweet - yes that is a lotta Yorkies!) and although we came away stuffed to the brim we weren't wow'd.
To add to the let down on flavour, the staff were quite hoity toity and very pushy trying to get us to order additional wine and sides...more
My niece and I enjoyed a nice afternoon tea at Reform Social & Grill. I made reservations prior to our arrival in London. The staff couldn't have been more hospitable. I had noted that we were celebrating my niece's birthday and they were so sweet to write Happy Birthday on the plates using chocolate, so thoughtful! We each chose a different tea option (one Gentleman's & one Vintage) for the...more
I visited Reform Social for their special February Yorkshire Pudding menu. To be honest, I was sceptical - the idea of Yorkies with novelty fillings could have ended up a gimmicky disaster. But they pulled it off well - the combination of flavours had clearly been well thought through.
The savoury platter featured salt beef and horserdish, smoked salmon and cream cheese, and cheese and...more
Ahh, my first free-flowing boozy brunch London review. Let the games begin.
Perhaps I have been spoilt by the jaw (and champagne flute) dropping brunches of Dubai, but I was not hugely impressed with Reform Social. For a high end hotel in fabulous Mayfair, I had high hopes. Don't get me wrong, nothing was actually super bad here. But I tend to judge deals and hotels on their genre and this...more
When in London, one must have high tea at least once. As an uncultured American, my English born boy had much to teach me about the intricacies of all the weird little tools and such that go into an afternoon tea. But, since he is most definitely not the type that would be comfortable eating little finger sandwiches shaped like pink handbags, we opted for Reform's much raved about...more