One of central London’s most talked about restaurants, award-winning Wild Honey is a joint venture from the discerning duo behind multi award-winning Arbutus.
Chef Anthony Demetre presents a fresh, creative menu served in a comfortable environment and at startlingly reasonable prices.
Panelled in dark oak and furnished in equally earthy tones, the Wild Honey dining room creates a relaxed but formal environment. Service is of the highest standard with highly trained staff attending to the guest’s every need while a concise and eclectic wine list is available by bottle or by carafe allowing visitors to try a range of different labels without breaking the bank.
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12 St George Street
Wild Honey is an amazing establishment with innovative delicacies, friendly staff, and a posh but cozy interior. The waiter struck just the right balance of being attentive without suffocating. The food was delicious and creative. They've found novel ways to kick traditional fare up a notch. The wine list is exceptional (although several bottles were well beyond our budget). The space has a...more
have tried several mechelin restaurants in London and wild honey is my favorite. The dessert wild honey is extremely amazing! Love the starter including crab and tried beef tartare also, love love. Love the atmosphere there. Very relaxing and intimate.more
Good flavors. Each course is well prepared and plated. Service can be a bit erratic, but is generally good. Nice location across from St. George's Hanover Square.more
Omg that beef was epic!!!!! So damn epic!!! U gotta try it it's so damn good!!!!! Honey ice cream is killing it!!!!!more
Beautiful restaurant and definitely worth the visit. The menu steps outside the norm and is beautifully presented my only criticism was that my honey ice cream had melted quite a bit by the time I got it. Still delicious though. I had the scallop that was cooked perfectly and the sea bass as a main that also was perfect and very fresh. I do think it was slightly over priced especially the...more