Late Victorian pub, The Audley in Mayfair, expands over three floors. The pub serves cask and craft ales and classic British food but also premium dishes in the elegant ‘Grill at the Audley’, and hosts regular events downstairs in the stylish ‘Cellar at the Audley'. Celebrities such as Sean Connery, Hugh Grant and Michelle Obama have all eaten here
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Venue Details & Map
41 - 43 Mount StreetMayfairLondonW1K 2RX
- +44 (0)20 7499 1843
- Public transport:
- Bond Street, Underground
Food was very good but service not the greatest. It is worth a visit to try as it was recommended to me. I am not a huge fish and chips fan but this fish was good. Dining area was small. We went in around 6 pm and it was busy.more
A few steps from the American Embassy in Mayfair, this pub was a welcome respite after mass. Hearty dish of bangers and mash, washed down with a pint of Guinness, was just right. Satisfying, no overkill. Followed by a Romeo & Julieta robusto. Perfect Sunday afternoon out.more
They are good in a pub type of way, but stand by for somewhat disorganized service. The bartender kept putting a reserved sign on our table for the next guest and out served kept crumpling it up and throwing it away. Beer arrived too slowly but, it was good.more
Looks all posh outside. Inside it's like a proper olde worlde London pub...but then they have awful lift/trendy bar/hotel lobby music. Not bad. Wouldn't catch me in there again. OH said the beer was awful - but it was Fosters.more
It's nestled nicely into the mansion blocks of Mayfair just off Park Lane.
A medium sized boozer for this part of London, with all the traditional decor of a London pub that tourists will like high ceilings, lots of dark wood, panelling, big saloon bar style windows.
But that's it really nothing much else to say about the place it's not crap, it's not brill it's just sort if average.more