34 is a haven for carnivores, serving carefully sourced meat and seasonal game, as well as lighter dishes, fish and shellfish.
Above this Mayfair restaurant, the Emin Room private dining venue features specially commissioned artwork by Tracy Emin and space for up to 60 diners.
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34 Grosvenor SquareLondonW1K 2HD
The restaurant has an old classic feel that is grand but casual at the same time. We were seated near the front entrance at one of the leather couch seats.
Once seated we were served a selection of breads and flat breads. These were not actually complimentary because there was a £2 cover charge added to our bill.
There is a range of dishes on the brunch menu including waffles and pancakes....more
Very nice ambience and a diverse crowd of guests. The Côte de Boef was very tasty and cooked medium rare as ordered. I agree with some of the reviews that in hindsight it might be a bit overpriced (but then again, we are speaking about eating in Mayfair and London...)more
Really enjoyed the brunch here, & the service was excellent. I had the Eggs Arlington (Benedict with salmon), which I thought were excellent, with perfectly poached eggs. (My husband had the same and thought there was too much Hollandaise, but I disagree) The eggs Arlington also come with about 4 tiny potatoes, but there are additional sides available too. My only complaint is the £2 cover...more
Had a fabulous dinner with friends who live in London here. The atmosphere is elegant and chic.
Shrimp cocktail was definitely the miss of the night. Apparently in the UK cocktail sauce is thousand island dressing. I learned this the hard way.
Salmon tataki was excellent.
Venison was so tender and perfect on a bed of parsnip purée. I devoured this dish.
Apple pie with cinnamon ice cream...more
When a restaurant is rated second on a top 5 list, you expect it to be good. So I went to 34 in Mayfair with high hopes, after reading The Cow Council Top 5 at http://www.thecowclubcouncil.com/#!the-top-5/c3nb. The review on their website http://www.thecowclubcouncil.com/#!34/c1rff read promising, and I thought when even Jay Rayner liked it...more