On Brook Street, Mayfair Exchange specialises in contemporary British dining with an extensive menu, wines from around the world, cocktails and beer. For those special occasions diners can choose from three private dining rooms - Cuvee Louise, Vintage and Burgundy. The menu offers delicious treats like London-smoked Scottish salmon, and fish and chips. For a more social dining experience choose a mezze, charcuterie, seafood or Mediterranean sharing board.
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Looking for 50% off drink specials? Avoid the scuzzy looking joints around London and come here instead. Especially if you want to have a conversation without pounding music and like to have a seat. They have a good selection of wine and cocktails. I really liked the sloe gin sin. They also have a good variety of nibbles - we had the wedges and spicy mini poppadoms which was perfect....more
* Wait - this is a chain? Really? *
Ok, so England pub food has modernized. We were wandering around Mayfair looking for a place to grab a quick dinner and stumbled onto a sign reading "Contemporary British Food." Something about the sign caught our eye and we went down the stairs into this bar/pub.
Apparently this is a small local chain of wine bars run by the well known wine merchant...more
I was taken to this restaurant/bar by a male friend and was one of the few women in there! Situated behind Piccadilly near Jermyn Street it seems all those gents who have been shirt shopping end up in here. It is a rather stuffy atmosphere but quite quaint all the same. There was a good wine list and range of traditional English lunch fare. I had a cheese and pickle sandwich and my friend rare...more
A friend and I stumbled upon this bar on one of our much needed wine with lunch cravings.
The first things we noticed, apart from the pleasant traditional feel to the bar, was the amount of suits. And the lack of women. It felt like we'd opened a door to some gentlemans club on the 60's such we're the amount of red-old faces sat upon cheap suits.
Still a drink is a drink and the bar...more